Finding Thanksgiving Gratitude Despite Environmental Grief

It can be difficult to enjoy the holidays with sustainability on your mind. Here’s how one student found a moment of optimism on Thanksgiving.

On the Banks of the Furious Congo River, a 5-Star Emporium of Ambition

As the clean energy revolution upends the centuries-long lock of fossil fuels on the global economy, dealmakers and hustlers converge on the Fleuve Congo Hotel.
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Scientists Join Swiss Hunger Strike to Raise Climate Alarm – Inside Climate News

In early November, as politicians promised more climate action in their opening speeches at the United Nations climate talks in Glasgow, Guillermo Fernandez started a hunger strike in Switzerland’s Federal Square, saying he wouldn’t eat again until the Swiss Federal Assembly agreed to a climate science briefing. He said he wanted to spur his own […]
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‘Delete It’: Elon Musk Once Again Opposes Biden’s Proposed Subsidies For Electric Vehicles Built By Union Workers

LABarometer survey finds adverse environmental conditions impact a growing number of Angelenos

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How tree planting can seed climate resilience in communities of color

Trees line a sidewalk in a Chicago neighborhood.

A Chicago effort to plant 75,000 new trees aims to identify areas in greatest need of additional tree cover and prioritize restoring a green canopy in these under-resourced neighborhoods disproportionately affected by climate change.

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“Vigilant inclusion” central to combating climate change

On the Banks of the Furious Congo River, a 5-Star Emporium of Ambition

As the clean energy revolution upends the centuries-long lock of fossil fuels on the global economy, dealmakers and hustlers converge on the Fleuve Congo Hotel.

Scientists Join Swiss Hunger Strike to Raise Climate Alarm – Inside Climate News

In early November, as politicians promised more climate action in their opening speeches at the United Nations climate talks in Glasgow, Guillermo Fernandez started a hunger strike in Switzerland’s Federal Square, saying he wouldn’t eat again until the Swiss Federal Assembly agreed to a climate science briefing. He said he wanted to spur his own […]