N.Y.C.’s Gas Ban Takes Fight Against Climate Change to the Kitchen

New York is set to become the nation’s largest city to enact a ban on gas heat and stoves in new buildings. It’s a major step away from fossil fuels that is expected to influence wider markets.
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Is There Something Amiss With the Way the EPA Tracks Methane Emissions from Landfills? – Inside Climate News

Three environmental groups are making a move to hold the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency accountable for accurately tracking heat-trapping gases emitted from the nation’s landfills. The Environmental Integrity Project, Chesapeake Climate Action Network and the Sierra Club have filed a notice of intent to sue the EPA, the first step in a legal process under […]
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From activism to electoral politics: Five Navajo women on the rise

These women are part of a rising tide of activist women on the nation’s largest reservation who are making a mark on everything from energy policy to the democratic process.

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U.K. Inflation Accelerates at Fastest Pace in a Decade

November saw inflation in the country reach its fastest annual rate in more than a decade, propelled by supply-chain disruptions and higher energy costs that are pushing up consumer prices across many advanced economies.

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EU climate package risks locking in gas use, campaigners warn

Under a proposed reform of the EU gas market, the industry gets to propose new gas and hydrogen infrastructure projects across the bloc

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To draw down carbon and cool off the planet, ocean fertilization gets another look

Arizona utility selects Landis+Gyr to expand smart metering with new prepayment system

China’s Economic Activity Slows on Property Slump, Weak Consumption

The latest economic data point to a further slowdown in China’s economy that began to sputter in the third quarter on the back of a power crunch that curbed factory output, and sporadic Covid-19 outbreaks that hit consumption.

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For First Time, San Francisco Lands Top Spot In Clean Energy Rankings

A federal drought relief program left southern Oregon parched

For two decades, the Bureau of Reclamation incentivized farmers to pump water faster than the resource could recover, despite warnings from its own scientists.