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Biden’s “Climate Corps” Program Excites Young Americans Looking for Green Jobs

A new exciting program is seeking funding in congress. It aims to tackle urgent climate challenges and create 1.5 million green jobs.
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Dominion Energy Files for Approval of New Solar Projects

Dominion Energy files for approval of solar energy projects that could provide electricity for 250,000 homes in Virginia.
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EPA Reverses Trump Policy for Alaska’s Bristol Bay

The Biden administration stops the construction of the largest gold and copper mine in North America in Alaska’s Bristol Bay.
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Barcelona Plans to Expand Pedestrian Green Spaces

Answering the need for more green spaces and cleaner air, city authorities in Barcelona plan to convert more than 20 streets into pedestrian zones....
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EPA Plans to Pass Stricter Rules on How Power Plants Dispose of Wastewater

0 shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin 0 Share 0 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced they are starting a new rulemaking...
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A New Conservation Tool is Launched to Help Give Us a Better Picture of Threats Species Face

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) green status aims to provide people with a fuller picture of threats different species face.
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Greenland Government Stops Oil And Gas Exploration

The new government of Greenland had heavily campaigned on ending oil and gas exploration contracts and has now taken drastic steps to fight climate...
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New Zealand to Ban Common Single-Use Plastic by 2025

New Zealand aims to justify its green reputation by announcing a ban on single-use plastics. This includes cotton buds, straws, bags, fruit labels, and...
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New York To Gain New Protection From Rising Sea Levels

New York City authority to construct seawalls and floodgates to future proof the city from the effects of climate change. Officials suggest it will...
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UN Scientists Urge to Solve Climate and Biodiversity Crises Together

Scientists from the United Nations' two organizations IPCC and IPBES collaborated and made conclusions on biodiversity and climate crises.
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