Today: June 19, 2024
Today: June 19, 2024

UN's 'global stocktake' on climate offers a sobering emissions reckoning − but there are also signs of progress

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UN's 'global stocktake' on climate offers a sobering emissions reckoning − but there are also signs of progress

When this year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference begins in late November 2023, it will be a moment for course correction. Seven years ago, nearly every country worldwide signed onto the Paris climate agreement. They agreed to goals of limiting global warming – including key targets to be met by 2030, seven years from now.

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EU regulators propose shake-up of sustainable investment labels

European Union regulators proposed sweeping changes on Tuesday to the bloc's rules on labelling sustainable investments, to give investors simpler and clearer

EU regulators propose shake-up of sustainable investment labels
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Early blast of heat and humidity leaves millions sweltering across the US

A blast of heat and humidity in the Midwest and Northeast days before the official start of summer has put a wet blanket on outdoor activities from festivals to sports camps as officials urge people to take precautions

Early blast of heat and humidity leaves millions sweltering across the US
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Cooler temps and rain could help corral blazes that forced thousands to flee New Mexico village

Moist air from the Gulf of Mexico could bring some relief to firefighters battling a pair of wildfires in southern New Mexico

Cooler temps and rain could help corral blazes that forced thousands to flee New Mexico village
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Poisoned trees gave a wealthy couple in Maine a killer ocean view. Residents wonder, at what cost?

There was one thing missing when a wealthy Missouri couple purchased their oceanfront home overlooking Camden Harbor in Maine: The million-dollar view was blocked by a neighbor's trees

Poisoned trees gave a wealthy couple in Maine a killer ocean view. Residents wonder, at what cost?
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Australian opposition puts nation's first nuclear power plants in its energy plan ahead of elections

Australia’s main opposition party says it plans to build Australia’s first nuclear power plants as early as 2035, arguing the government’s policies for decarbonizing the economy with renewable energy will not work

Australian opposition puts nation's first nuclear power plants in its energy plan ahead of elections

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Attorneys for Baltimore seek to keep crew members from bridge collapse ship from returning home

Attorneys for Baltimore seek to keep crew members from bridge collapse ship from returning home
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For the endangered Nashville crayfish, its rebound is both good and bad news

For the endangered Nashville crayfish, its rebound is both good and bad news
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US unveils rules for subsidies to boost clean energy wages

US unveils rules for subsidies to boost clean energy wages
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New Bayer short corn variety stands up to high winds, but not over 100 mph

New Bayer short corn variety stands up to high winds, but not over 100 mph