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The Englishman and his folding bike aiming to revolutionizing how New Yorkers roll

Ready-to-roll solutions for daily ’A-to-B’ trips in towns and cities can play a critical role in cutting greenhouse gas emissions which are broiling the planet, Louise Boyle writes. …

05/27/22
                                                               

CAFOs are on the rise in Wisconsin. What to know about factory farms

Critics say the CAFOs drive down home values, pollute water and cause harm to the land. Supporters argue they are the key to feeding the world. …

05/27/22
                                                               

Elk and other large species in NC mountains constrained by changing habitats, human activity

Climate change and extreme weather events disrupt habitat areas and food sources in NC mountain forests, while human infrastructure blocks natural migration paths and creates dangers near roadways for large animal species. …

05/27/22
                                                               

Kelp is weirdly great at carbon removal

The start-up Running Tide wants to use kelp buoys to fight climate change. The plan might not work, but it’s still a preview of our climate future. …

05/27/22
                                                               

China’s coal mining boosts methane levels, also dangerous for climate change

Amid fears of an energy crunch, China is mining more coal than ever and releasing more methane, a greenhouse gas more dangerous than carbon dioxide, into the atmosphere. …

05/27/22
                                                               

EPA rolls out new EJ legal toolkit

In the absence of a federal environmental justice law, EPA is employing bedrock air and water statutes to address pollution in vulnerable communities. …

05/27/22
                                                               

A slow violence comes to an end in LA

Nalleli Cobo has been an organizer for most of her life–despite being only 21. Her leadership is creating a new future for Los Angeles. …

05/27/22
                                                               

Deconstructed: Biden’s solar war with China

An investigation into unfair trade practices in the Chinese solar industry has exposed a rift among Democrats. …

05/27/22
                                                               

Activists fear a new threat to biodiversity—renewable energy

To fight climate change, cleaner energy sources are desperately needed, but some experts say more should be done to keep untouched desert ecosystems intact. …

05/27/22