Countries and public utilities are trying to reduce carbon emissions by burning wood pellets instead of coal, but recent studies have shown that the practice will have disastrous effects.

Don’t burn trees to fight climate change — let them grow

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by Bill McKibben, New Yorker Countries and public utilities…

How 'green' concrete can help cities fight climate change

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by Cailin Crowe, Smart Cities Dive As cities look to cut carbon…

Seattle proposes a Green New Deal of its own

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by Kristoffer Tigue, InsideClimate News City leaders launched…

Romance novel in the context of climate change reality

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by Paola Rosa-Aquino, Grist Nothing puts a damper on one’s…

The promise of a carbon-free flight is on the horizon

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by Peter Fairley, Spectrum The aviation industry’s global…

A mixed emissions report

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by Dan Morain, Cal Matters Gov. Gavin Newsom lauded latest numbers…

Berkeley is banning natural gas appliances in new homes. Will other cities follow?

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by Gabrielle Canon, Palm Springs Desert Sun First went the plastic…

In major push for rapid decarbonization in California, The Climate Center hires new CEO

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Ellie Cohen, former Point Blue CEO, will lead the Center’s…

In Germany, a call for a green tax revolution

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by Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer,…

US Forest Service proposal to speed up logging, cut environmental analysis, public input

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by Karen Chávez, Asheville Citizen Times In what conservationists…

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