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Gov. Youngkin Gets Plastic Recycling Right With New Eco-Policies

Virginia Gov. Glen Youngkin has laid down a blueprint for other conservative politicians to follow in November. Among his refreshing policy stances that range from empowering parents to tax cuts, the newly minted leader has acknowledged that you don’t need…

Analysis | In key House race in Illinois, climate change is on the ballot – The Washington Post

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Analysis | Manchin’s bipartisan energy meeting yields a lot of ideas — and a lot of skepticism – The Washington Post

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8 Great Climate Change Books for Kids – EARTH.ORG

Climate change is the biggest existential threat we face today and a burden that future generations will have to carry. As younger generations are already experiencing increasingly worsening effects of global warming, with some reports projecting that children will experience…

Congolese Nun Overcomes Blackouts by Becoming Electrician to Create Hydroelectric Plant

Occasionally swapping sandals for wading boots, but keeping their veils tucked under their hard hats, a group of Congolese nuns has been trained in electrical engineering to keep the town’s hydroelectric running smoothly. Powering a convent, a church, two schools, and a clinic, Sister Alphonsine Ciza’s work on the local mini hydroelectric plant is both […]

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Climate Queries, Asked and Answered – The New York Times

We hear you. You ask us all kinds of questions about the most profound challenge of our times. You ask us about the science. You ask us what policy levers have worked to bring down greenhouse gas emissions. You ask…

New Hydrogen Fuel Cells Use Cheap Iron Instead of Costly Platinum for Green Vehicles

Researchers have developed a hydrogen fuel cell that uses iron instead of rare and costly platinum, enabling greater use of the technology. Hydrogen fuel cells convert hydrogen to electricity with water vapor as the only by-product, making them an attractive green alternative for portable power, particularly for vehicles. However, their widespread use has been hampered […]

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Climate Change: Your Questions About Causes and Effects, Answered – The New York Times

Reporters from the Climate Desk gathered reader questions and are here to help explain some frequent puzzlers. Published April 22, 2022Updated April 22, 2022 ImageCredit… Image What’s one thing you want to know about climate change? We asked, and hundreds of you…

Apparel Experts Point to Global Warming as Top Challenge – Sourcing Journal

The LYCRA Company recently ran a mini survey with apparel industry experts to determine what they believe are the most significant issues facing the world today. The 65 respondents, who are in sustainability, sourcing and product development roles, also revealed…

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