A Return to Science: Evidence-Based Estimates of the Benefits of Reducing Climate Pollution

Maryland Bill Would Charge Companies For Carbon Pollution

One billion machines

Further delay feared as ‘like-minded’ countries resist online climate negotiations

Major developing countries oppose calls to hold preparatory climate negotiations online in June, citing connectivity and time zone concerns

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A third of all food in the U.S. gets wasted. Fixing that could help fight climate change.

None Too Soon, ABC News begins “It’s Not Too Late” Climate Coverage

In this case, more great coverage of the Texas blackout disaster.

J&J Covid-19 Vaccine Is Effective Across Demographic Groups, FDA Scientists Say

The testimony comes before an all-day meeting of a panel of medical experts. The meeting—and its outcome—is the last step before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration decides whether to authorize the single-dose vaccine.

For Travel, a Sustainable Comeback?

UN Climate Report Urges Shift Away From Meat and Dairy

Local Texas Reporting Continues on Grid Collapse

Above, synopsis of first ERCOT (Electric Reliability Council of Texas) post mortem on the disaster. Below, Texas Legislators grill ERCOT executives:“..they faced an unexpected and crippling gas shortage at the height of the crisis.”