Native Americans’ farming practices may help feed a warming world

When it comes to buses, will hydrogen or electric win?

Clean transport needs clean vehicles. New power developments are crucial for a mass transit revolution, and each has pros and cons.

B.C. holding out on federal conservation targets, large-scale protected areas

Canada pledged to protect 25 per cent of land and water by 2025, but British Columbia has added only one percentage point in the past decade. Many say Indigenous protected areas are the way forward. Will the province agree?

How better design can make rural Alaska homes healthier

Homes designs imported to the Arctic from elsewhere are contributing to health problems that disproportionately affect Alaska Natives.

California pushes composting to lower food waste emissions

Banana peels, chicken bones and leftover veggies won’t have a place in California trashcans under the nation’s largest mandatory residential food waste recycling program that’s set to take effect in January.

Scenic stretch of Lost Coast redwoods to be spared the ax

The rugged Lost Coast is about to become less forbidding. A conservation group on Thursday said it planned to purchase a scenic 5-mile (8-kilometer) stretch of the Northern California coastline from a lumber company to protect it from logging and eventually open it up to the public.

Tackling profits from environmental crimes could help the climate, Financial Action Task Force president says

Governments need to recognize and take action against money laundering linked to environmental crimes, which can have the added benefit of helping to mitigate climate change, the head of an international anti-money-laundering watchdog said.

In Bakersfield, many push for bringing back the flow of the long-dry Kern River

The Kern River cascades from the Sierra Nevada in a steep-sided canyon, coursing through granite boulders, and flows to the northeast side of Bakersfield where it disappears into the sand.

Texas regulators, gas industry say state’s power grid is ready for winter

As state regulators and the companies that power the grid take steps to avoid another catastrophe like February’s winter storm, climate experts say this winter will likely be milder.

Senate Clears Key Hurdle for Debt-Ceiling Increase

The Senate voted to clear the biggest hurdle to raising the debt ceiling, with a core of Republicans joining Democrats to take a critical step toward avoiding a government default.

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