Senate Bill 23-016 aims to improve Colorado's air through a myriad of ways, from offering tax credits on electric lawn equipment to setting new deadlines for greenhouse gas reductions.
- Sacramento Bee
“Hide and seek champion.”
- LA Times
Drought and global warming have transformed the Colorado River, making some sections unrecognizable to those who have spent decades on the river.
- Fox News
The Biden administration on Thursday withdrew 225,504 mineral-rich acres from being able to be leased for mining for 20 years over environmental concerns.
The U.S. could be edging nearer to a ban on new gas stoves, if the interest of a federal consumer safety commission is any indication.
Read any article about the clean energy revolution, and chances are you’ll run into some staggering numbers about how demand for lithium, cobalt, nickel, and other minerals and metals is projected to rise over the next few decades.
- VC Star | Ventura County Star
Camarillo's North Pleasant Valley Groundwater Deslater started producing 1 million gallons of drinking water per day earlier this month.
The Prius, the car that made hybrids mainstream, has a sexy new look. But how does it compare to the redesigned Kia Niro hybrid?
- Popular Mechanics
A report from the Renewable Energy Institute pours some cold water on Japan’s hydrogen power ambitions.
- LA Times
The Colorado River is approaching a breaking point, its over-tapped reservoirs dropping. Years of drying have taken a toll at the river's source in the Rockies.
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- USA TODAY
AntiMussel hopes to use zebra mussels as a renewable resource for calcium carbonate, typically processed from limestone into products like Tums.
- Miami Herald
Such strandings are not unheard of, according to wildlife experts.
- Associated Press
Weeks of historic rainfall in California won't be enough to end a severe drought, but it will provide public water agencies serving 27 million people with much more water than the suppliers had been told to expect a month ago, state officials announced Thursday. The Department of Water Resources said public water agencies will now get 30% of what they had asked for, up from the 5% officials had previously announced in December. It was enough water to increase storage in the state’s two largest reservoirs by a combined 66%.
- Canary Media
This story was first published by Grist . The effort to shift the U.S.
Fonda, promoting her movie '80 for Brady,' suggests that 'There’d be no climate crisis if it wasn’t for racism'
- The Weather Network
Although natural climate variability is playing a role, scientists confirm that the impact of human-released greenhouse gases is causing a dramatic rise in temperatures around the Greenland Ice Sheet.
- The Hill
A committee of the Virginia Senate on Tuesday defeated a bill backed by Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) that would withdraw the state from a regional carbon-trading initiative. The Senate Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources Committee voted down Senate Bill 1001 in a party line 8-6 vote. The measure, sponsored by state Sen. Richard Stuart (R),…
- Canary Media
By now you have likely heard about the national debate that erupted in early January over gas stoves and whether or not they might be banned (if you haven’t, you can get caught up here ). There are two big problems when it comes to cooking with gas in your home.
- Business Insider
Pricing out an electric car can come with a lot of factors right now. Insider lays them out point-by-point.
- Kansas City Star
The cat, adapted for life in a different climate, was suffering from frostbite, rescuers said.