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A researcher traces the legacy of plastics. Photos by Ansel Adams.

‘It’s brutal’: Las Vegas cooks amid blazing heatwave – and it’s going to get worse

Bill creates roadblock for Pennsylvania to join Greenhouse Gas Initiative

No justification for proposed Peabody gas plant

In landmark move, Maine becomes first state to pass legislation to divest from fossil fuels

‘It’s brutal’: Las Vegas cooks amid blazing heatwave – and it’s going to get worse

Tourists line the air-conditioned casino labyrinths amid record temperatures – but many locals are not able to take cover indoors

Canoo Makes Strong Entry in the EV Truck Battle

We’ve seen the Tesla Cybertruck, the Rivian, and the Ford F-150. Now here’s another player that is getting enough attention, and funding, that they are building a new plant in Oklahoma. Business Facilities: After considering multiple states, electric vehicle manufacturer Canoo has decided to create more than 2,000 jobs and build its first mega microfactory […]

Big Oil Takes a Beating, but Its Investors Are Riding High

While major oil companies have been losing public battles over climate change, energy stocks and oil prices are soaring.

Extreme Heat Wave Threatens Vulnerable Communities In The West

Heat is responsible for more deaths in the U.S. than all other natural disasters combined.

An outbreak of ‘sea snot’ is killing Turkey’s fishing industry

Fishing in the Marmara Sea has become impossible as marine mucilage blankets the water, blamed on rising sea temperatures and pollution

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