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Australia receives first Fossil Award at COP25 for bushfire response by Prime Minister

Australia, Brazil and Japan all shared equally the first Fossil of the Day award of the United Nations Climate Conference COP25 in Madrid. A very moving statement was read out by one of the Australian Fridays For Future students in…

A Path to a Great Career, with a NAPA Apprenticeship Program

Learn how the accredited, paid technician program could help you set your career in motion. In the wake of a nationwide technician shortage, auto care centers are finding it hard to recruit and retain qualified auto techs. “When we would…


RISK: U.N. chief warns of ‘point of no return’ on climate change

U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said yesterday that the world’s efforts to stop climate change have been “utterly inadequate” so far and there is a danger global warming could pass the “point of no return.”


DIPLOMACY: What to watch as China heads to global climate talks

All eyes are on China as negotiators from nearly 200 nations head to Madrid for the next round of United Nations climate talks. Like most efforts to reach an international consensus, what Beijing wants matters because of its rising geopolitical clout and economic might.


SOUTHEAST ASIA: Exploding energy demand eclipses solar and wind efforts

SINGAPORE — Eight solar panels bob up and down in the harbor of this megacity near the center of a transforming region that counts itself as the only place in the world where the use of coal is still growing.


ACTIVISM: Kerry, Schwarzenegger declare World War Zero on climate

Former Secretary of State John Kerry is launching a major effort to spur people around the world to take action on climate change, joined by dozens of big names like actor and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R), former Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) and actor Leonardo DiCaprio.


LOBBYING: Under pressure, 2 utilities ditch pro-coal trade group

American Electric Power Co. and Southern Co. will not renew their membership in the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity next year, leaving the prominent trade association without any utility members.