In Colorado, electric cars are mostly for rich people. Could federal and state policy change that?

Así se veía el río Bogotá antes de su preocupante índice de contaminación

El actuar humano ha sido uno de los principales causantes de la debacle de este afluente.

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Tattoo parlors brace for new EU ink bans

Starting Jan. 4, more than 4,000 hazardous but previously unregulated chemicals in tattoo ink will be banned under the bloc’s flagship chemicals legislation REACH. European tattoo artists worry the new rules could kill off their business.

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Adam McKay on Don’t Look Up’s Improv Moments

From pollution to solution: What Pittsboro has done to address water quality

Second of two parts: Katie Bryant is one of many Pittsboro residents calling for legislative action against the release of unregulated industrial chemicals into the Haw River – Pittsboro’s only source of drinking water.

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Can a Tiny Territory in the South Pacific Power Tesla’s Ambitions?

Nickel is vital to electric car batteries, but extracting it is dirty and destructive. A plant with a turbulent history in New Caledonia is about to become an experiment in doing it better.
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This tree has stood for 500 years. Will it be sold for $17,500?

In Alaska’s Tongass National Forest, one spruce’s fortunes are bound in the politics of timber and climate change thousands of miles away in D.C. Is it worth more to us alive? Or dead?

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GM heralded this plant as a model for its electric car future. Then its batteries started exploding.

The company had to recall 141,000 Chevrolet Bolts, a microcosm of the challenge GM faces as it aims to shift its production to all-electric.

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For Berlin Zoo animals, the tastiest Christmas leftovers are the trees

The trees are donated by nearby retailers for reindeer, elephants and other animals at the zoo..

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Critically endangered tiger fatally shot at Florida zoo after biting man’s arm

The man, who worked for an external cleaning service at the Naples Zoo, ‘put his arm through the fencing’ of the enclosure.

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