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Why are some Pacific lagoon corals resistant to climate change?

While there is no question that climate change is affecting coral, the level and type of impact is not uniform.

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Food for a future planet

India’s rice farmers look to an ancient crop to prepare for a flood-prone tomorrow.

San Francisco embraces aggressive new climate change goals as drought, heat and wildfires engulf California

Some say change is still not fast enough to address a climate emergency that the Board declared two years ago.

Toronto's booming urban farms aid food security and reduce carbon emissions

How Canada's most populous city is fighting food insecurity and climate change at the same time.


Canadian country music star spurs unlikely coalition against coal

With open pit coal mines planned in the picturesque eastern Rocky Mountains, musician Corb Lund has helped unite disparate opponents to coal expansion.

No oil discovery at well near Norway’s maritime border with Russia

With yet another dry well, the previously high expectations for the Barents Sea to become a new petroleum province is fading out.

A new global group of 21 lawmakers will pressure countries on climate change

The Global Alliance for a Green New Deal wants sharper emissions cuts, better climate finance from rich countries, ecological justice, and more.

Electric vehicles: Indiana utilities get $5.5M for charging stations

As more electric vehicles land on the roads, Indiana is behind on the infrastructure needed to support them. So the state is trying to catch up.

On Pine Ridge Reservation, a garden helps replace an 80-mile grocery trip

For the past six years, a garden program has taught residents of South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation how to build financial independence and food security through gardening.

Democrats’ budget would finance sweeping clean-energy plan

The $3.5 trillion budget plan is expected to face opposition from parts of the energy industry and their industrial customers over provisions likely to raise their costs.

Cowessess unveils new solar project, aiming to become greenest First Nation in Canada

Cowessess First Nation unveilled its new Community Building Solar Project on Tuesday, continuing toward a goal of becoming one of the greenest First Nations in Canada.

Farmer co-ops are giving Latinx communities room to grow

In addition to building economic security, small-scale cooperative farms in North Carolina are strengthening community and a sense of home-grown pride.

Canadian oil, gas workers want transition to net-zero emissions: poll

Former industry insider says new survey shows that workers have skills to transition, but face obstacles that prevent change.

How electric vehicles could transform the power grid

Bidirectional charging lets EVs store and release energy — and could be key to greening our grid.

Trudeau announces $25M to expand GE wind turbine plant in Gaspé region

The project is a joint partnership with the Quebec government and plant owner LM Wind Power, a Danish subsidiary of General Electric, to produce 107-metre-long blades that the federal government says would be the largest in the world.
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Breast cancer: Hundreds of chemicals identified as potential risk factors

Researchers find nearly 300 chemicals linked to breast cancer-contributing hormones in everyday products, and call for a renewed focus on women's exposure risks.

My island does not want to be resilient. We want a reclamation.

Unlearning academic jargon to understand and amplify beauty and power in Puerto Rico.

Measuring Houston’s environmental injustice from space

Satellites show communities of color are far more exposed to pollution in Houston, offering a potential new way to close data gaps and tackle disparities.

Fractured: The body burden of living near fracking scientific investigation finds western Pennsylvania families near fracking are exposed to harmful chemicals, and regulations fail to protect communities' mental, physical, and social health.

The real story behind PFAS and Congress’ effort to clean up contamination: Op-ed

Former EPA official Jim Jones sets the record straight on 'the forever chemical' as lawmakers take up the PFAS Action Act

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