Outgoing Weather Service director talks climate change, Sharpiegate and more

Louis Uccellini, a 32-year veteran of the National Weather Service, steered the agency through budget, workforce, technology and political challenges.

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Vegan yule: plant-based Christmas recipes from Zacchary Bird

From beet wellington to a faux-bird, these meatless recipes from the Vegan Butcher work for meat-eaters and meat-loathers alike on the holiday table.

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Joe Manchin’s ‘Scaled-Back’ Framework May Be Better Than It Sounds

Prioritizing certain initiatives over others is hard, but that could be what it takes to save Build Back Better.

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Rental-Car Shortage Drives Up Prices and Wait Times

A shortage of rental cars that emerged earlier this year is getting worse, with Hertz, Avis and other providers struggling to meet demand and charging more.

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Thanks to the Chip Shortage, Texas Instruments Is Worth $170 Billion

Even in the digital age, analog chips such as those the company makes in Texas are essential, and they are in short supply.

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In Deep Adaptation’s Focus on Societal Collapse, a Hopeful Call to Action – Inside Climate News

On a hot day in September, the first session of Mark Alan Hughes’ course, “Introduction to Energy Policy,” met at the University of Pennsylvania. The students sat in a carefully arranged circle of tables and chairs. Everyone was masked, including Hughes, whose silver glasses fogged when the doors to the climate-controlled, fourth-floor classroom were pushed […]
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Three Solar Projects In California Mark A Massive Shift To Renewable Energy

It’s ‘everyone’s job:’ Delaware offers more details on climate action plan

California: Clean energy expanding but slow decarbonisation pace hinders climate targets

For Christmases yet to come, climate change threatens Maine’s beloved evergreens