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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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U.S. Abandons Trump-era Policies for Arctic Alaska Oil Reserve

Biden Administration ditches Trump-era policy for digging oil from Alaskan oil reserve to safeguard the wildlife surrounding Teshekpuk Lake.
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California Lawmakers Support Community Renewable Energy Law

New California law should provide solar energy to developing communities and make the state energy system less vulnerable to power outages.
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Climate Action Could Spare Oceans from Mass Extinction Event

Uncontrolled global warming can lead to ocean warming and acidification which would cause mass extinction events of prehistoric proportions.
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Hydrogen-Powered Ferry to Start Operating in San Francisco Bay

A ferry named Sea Change, powered by hydrogen, is set to start operating in San Francisco Bay area in June.
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Greenest State in the US Has Been Selected

WalletHub ranked all 50 US states on how eco-friendly they are, based on 25 metrics and three categories. Vermont took first place, followed by...
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Carbon Upcycling Gets $6M Investment for Sustainable Concrete

Carbon Upcycling Technologies managed to secure $6 million in funding for manufacturing low emission carbon cement and concrete additive.
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Taiwan Makes Major Investment in Zero Emission Smart Grids

Taiwan is going to lead the way in smart grid technology for a renewable energy switch to decarbonize the economy.
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Biden To Double Renewable Energy Capacity On Public Land

Biden Administration announces a major increase in renewable energy production on public land bringing total output to 10 gigawatts.
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The Body Shop Bringing Refill Stations To The US

The Body Shop announces a major initiative to introduce more refill stations and cut down on plastic waste.
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