US, China clear low bar on UNGA climate action – Climate Weekly

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Merkel’s legacy: a robust diplomat who surrendered to coal and cars back home

As Angela Merkel’s 16 years leading Germany come to an end, experts praise her international climate record but say she was too timid domestically

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Md. Environmental Chief Hails New EPA Climate Rule and State’s Role as a Pathfinder

Glacier Funerals Offer a Way of Coping With Ecological Grief

Public mourning for environmental loss could become a vital tool for promoting climate activism.

Friends of Earth Issues White Paper Entitled ‘Truth and Lies: Four Days of Texas-Sized Disinformation’

Wolf calls for action on climate change

New York City’s Hurricane Ida response missed the mark on helping people survive

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How Climate Week NYC became a fixture on the political calendar

From persuading business leaders climate is “not a hippy issue” to putting a spotlight on environmental justice, the conversation in New York is moving with the times

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Housing in Alaska can’t survive climate change. This group is trying a new model.

The Cold Climate Housing Research Center combines “Indigenous wisdom and 21st-century technologies” for sustainable architecture that can withstand the state’s elements.

The Dark Secrets of the Apparel Industry