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Climate Change Research Funding For Stanford University

Venture capitalist John Doerr has donated $1.1 billion which is the largest ever donation to Stanford University for climate science.
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Enzymes Could Be The Solution To Plastic Waste

Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin have developed a new enzyme that can break plastic down in a matter of hours.
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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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6 New Frog Species Found in Mexico

Scientists found six new tiny frog species in Mexico. This is the first time the frogs were identified because they are tiny.
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Digital Platform Can Help Reduce Wastewater Facilities Energy Usage

Xylem, a water technology company, created a digital platform that helps wastewater facilities reduce energy use and have less greenhouse gas emissions.
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EU Lawmakers Support Ban On New Fossil Fuel Cars From 2035

The European Union lawmakers voted in favor of the proposal to ban fossil-fuel car sales by 2035. Industry groups ask for more chargers on...
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New Free Calculator Measures Carbon Footprint of Buildings

Builders for Climate Action developed new calculator that can measure carbon footprint of new buildings to establish sustainability culture.
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This City Can Become the New Vegan Capital of the World

Brighton and Hove is the new vegan capital of the world, according to prestigious online culinary resource Chef’s Pencil.
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California Condors Return To Redwood After A Century

Two condors were released in the Northern California Redwoods after more than a century, thanks to the efforts of the Yurok Tribe.
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US Senators Discussed Tax Cuts for Clean Energy Initiatives

Senators from Republican and Democrat parties met in the Capitol to discuss a proposal that offers clean-energy tax cuts.
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