China’s five-year plan underwhelms – Climate Weekly

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China makes no shift away from coal in five-year plan as it ‘crawls’ to carbon neutrality

Beijing set out incremental increases in climate targets to 2025, allowing for continued expansion of “clean” coal, to the disappointment of climate watchers

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Butterflies are vanishing out West. Scientists say climate change is to blame.

Pete Buttigieg Has Some Ideas for Overhauling How America Moves Around

The Navajo Nation generates a ton of power — but 14,000 homes don’t have electricity

Code council approves plan to limit city, state input despite pushback

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The International Code Council’s decision to limit direct influence by state and local officials left some critics speculating about the potential to create an alternative to the organization’s widely used model codes

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Great apes given Covid vaccines after outbreak at San Diego zoo

Move follows eight gorillas testing positive for coronavirus at the zoo at the start of 2021

Researchers calculate the value of bivalves’ appetite for pollution. It’s huge

Maine could be first state to assess climate impacts of proposed bills

‘The river was stolen from us’: a tribe’s battle to retake the Skagit River

The Upper Skagit Indian tribe are fighting Seattle to remove the Gorge Dam, and return the river to the section the city de-watered