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LA County Bans Single-Use Plastic, Starting From May 2023

LA County bans single-use plastics for all of the catering and hospitality industry. The law will be enforced from May 1, 2023.
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US Plans to Replenish Colorado River’s Lake Powell

US officials announced measure sfor boosting water levels at Lake Powel. This is the second biggest reservoir in the US, and it powers Glen...
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Denmark Considers Corporate Climate Tax to Meet Climate Goals

Denmark proposed a set of measures to tax the country's biggest CO2 emitters but also help companies adopt greener practices. This could be a...
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Canada Recorded The Most Significant Greenhouse Gas Reduction

Canada reduced overall national greenhouse gas emissions by 9% during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Can Climate Plans Limit Global Warming To Less Than 2°C?

The world is in a position to limit global heating for the first time in history, thanks to the pledges at the UN COP26...
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Pinterest Plans to Block Climate Misinformation

Pinterest says they will ban all posts on climate misinformation, no matter if they are adverts or normal content.
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Apple Introduces Low Energy Aluminum Products

Apple announced that they will source low-energy aluminum from Elysis to lower the overall carbon emission of the manufacturing process.
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Tougher Fines For Clean Air Act Offenders

Utah state and the EPA have achieved a settlement fine of $3 million for Canadian oil and gas company Crescent Point.
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Indigenous Ecuador Residents Block Mining of Amazon

Court ruling said that indigenous people in Ecuador have the right to say no to mining projects, which then must be stopped.
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Legal Changes In Panama Provide Rights To Nature

Panama takes drastic legal action to establish rights for nature and implement new ways of enforcing those rights.
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