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Recent News

• There’s a major gap in the new methane pledge: Agriculture
• US north-east faces rapid warming amid global climate crisis
• Dam Straight
• Reality Check: Climate Action and Commitments of the Fortune Global 500
• Biden may be the first president to take the risks of extreme heat seriously

Three-Fourths of the Worlds Planned Coal Projects Scrapped Since 2015

A new report has found that since the 2015 signing of the Paris agreement, more than 75% of the world’s planned coal plant projects have been scrapped, and 44 countries have no future coal plans whatsoever.

Newsom Sets Aside $15 Billion for Climate Change Prevention

Governor Gavin Newsom of California signed a $15 billion package to fund climate change and drought mitigation strategies.

The Summer from Hell

In the nineties, when it was novel, I used to run around shouting about climate change, “It’s not just polar bears and penguins, it’s people, too!”

‘We will have a really long, long memory’: Greens calling businesses’ bluff on climate change

Activists want the companies that have called for federal climate action to get behind the $3.5 trillion package: “We will have a really long, long memory.”

Rachel Carson’s Maine: Wonders at the edge of the sea never grow old

The author, marine biologist, and conservationist was one of the state’s most perceptive ‘summer people.’

A historically Black town stood in the way of a pipeline – so developers claimed it was mostly white

When residents in Union Hill, Virginia, decried the pipeline as a form of environmental racism, the energy company insisted it wasn’t.