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EU to press for Green New Deal of its own in Madrid

by Scott Tong Dec 3, 2019
The new head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, is planning to announce what she calls a “European Green New Deal."
Ursula von der Leyen plans to announce a "European Green New Deal" at the next climate summit.
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Airlines face a new threat: the climate-conscious train traveler

by Rebecca Rosman Nov 13, 2019
According to a recent survey, one in five travelers say they are flying less out of concern for the environment. Should airlines be worried?

Chinese restaurant owners in California fight for gas stoves

by Josie Huang Oct 24, 2019
As California officials look to phase out gas, some restaurant owners in San Gabriel Valley are speaking out in favor of gas cooking.
Chef Chun Lei cooks shrimp on a gas stove in the kitchen of Shanghailander Palace in Arcadia.
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The Trump administration wants to end California's cap-and-trade program

by Scott Tong Oct 23, 2019
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: the Trump administration is picking a legal fight with California.
California's cap and trade program aims to lower climate change-causing emissions. Above, smog hovers over Los Angeles in 2002.
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A new jet fuel offers the prospect of no-carbon, “guilt-free” flying

by Stephen Beard Oct 10, 2019
A pilot project in Rotterdam is testing the viability of a fuel made out of air that would cut an aircraft’s emissions to zero.
A group of companies is testing the viability of a “no-carbon” jet fuel at the Hague Airport. Above, a plane flies over Germany in 2018.
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As climate change looms, a booming market for carbon offsets

by Daniel Merino Sep 13, 2019
The carbon offset market is growing fast.
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Some utility companies are racing to be carbon neutral

by Scott Tong Jul 26, 2019
Many suppliers of electrical power are facing the question of when to get to zero emissions, not if they need to get there.
A windfarm is seen in 2006 near Palm Springs, California.
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British business seeks to cash in on carbon

by Stephen Beard Jul 8, 2019
British entrepreneurs scramble to make money from carbon emissions without causing further climate change.
Exhaust plumes from cooling towers at a coal-fired power station in Jaenschwalde, Germany.
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Church of England crusades against climate change

by Stephen Beard Jun 13, 2019
The church is flexing its financial muscle in a bid to curb carbon emissions.
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One Texas non-profit's idea to help curb climate change

by Travis Bubenik Apr 1, 2019
Landowners would pay to “store” carbon.
Texas Coastal Exchange says preserving coastal marshland could be key to battling climate change.
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