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Doctor: To fight asthma, fight global warming.
yaleclimateconnections.org • Daisy Simmons
Empty reservoirs, dry rivers, thirsty cities – and our water reserves are running out | Yasmin Siddiqi
The Guardian • Yasmin Siddiqi
California's clean-air problem is a lot bigger than just Trump
Automotive News Blogs Feed • John Lippert
Rescuing Los Angeles
Resiliance.org • Albert Bates
Debunking Debunked Electric Car Myths
Forbes • Contributor, Michael Lynch
West Coast states, cities, challenge Trump on climate policies
Summit County Citizens Voice • Bob Berwyn
Can We Slow Global Warming and Still Grow?
The New Yorker • J.B. Mackinnon
AkzoNobel commits to carbon neutrality by 2050
edie.net
India’s Auctions Have Pushed Solar Prices Down 73% Since 2010
Greentech Media
Adani Group joins GIEDCO Club
Business Standard • Press Trust
 
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Air Quality, Asthma
Doctor: To fight asthma, fight global warming.
yaleclimateconnections.orgDaisy Simmons
Allergies and asthma are on the rise. And global warming is making the problem worse – especially for kids. Jennifer Caicedo, a pediatric asthma and allergy specialist in North Carolina, wants to help parents understand why their kids are getting sick. Caicedo:...
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Climate Change, Water Resources
Empty reservoirs, dry rivers, thirsty cities – and our water reserves are running out | Yasmin Siddiqi
The GuardianYasmin Siddiqi
We live on a parched planet. Farmers till arid pastureland and policymakers fret over empty reservoirs, dry rivers and thirsty cities. And that only scratches the surface – literally – of the world’s water problem. Subterranean aquifers, the world’s reserve water tank,...
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Air Quality, Auto Industry
California's clean-air problem is a lot bigger than just Trump
Automotive News Blogs FeedJohn Lippert
No state is tougher on dirty air than California. How tough? So tough that, if trends hold, it may fall short of its own goals. As President Donald Trump moves to roll back decades of regulation, the Golden State has positioned itself...
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Climate Change, Environment
Rescuing Los Angeles
Resiliance.orgAlbert Bates
A recent purchase of an abandoned building and vacant lot on the corner of Vermont Avenue will allow them to create People Street Plaza with two parklets and an enclosed bike corral, a solar arbor for small electric neighborhood plug-in vehicles and...
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Auto Industry, Electric Vehicles
Debunking Debunked Electric Car Myths
ForbesContributor, Michael Lynch
Yes, it’s a double negative, but sometimes you have to break the rules. (I’m an outlaw! Cue the guitar.) Supporters of renewables and electric vehicles often write pieces ‘debunking’ critics, but usually with vague assertions and evasions. Megan Herzog of the Conservation...
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Climate Change, Economic Policy
West Coast states, cities, challenge Trump on climate policies
Summit County Citizens VoiceBob Berwyn
Leaders vow to fight effort to roll back Clean Power Plan Staff Report The Trump administration will reportedly soon unveil an executive order to try and undo climate policies developed under Obama, but West Coast states say they have intention of going...
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Climate Change, Coal Industry
Can We Slow Global Warming and Still Grow?
The New YorkerJ.B. Mackinnon
On March 17th, the International Energy Agency announced that 2016 marked the third year in a row that global carbon emissions had stayed at the same level while the world’s economy grew. This three-time repeat has put to rest any lingering suspicions...
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Carbon Markets , Climate Policy
AkzoNobel commits to carbon neutrality by 2050
edie.net
AkzoNobel has today (27 March) become the first paint and coatings manufacturer to pledge to become carbon neutral and use 100% renewable energy by 2050. Best known for the Dulux brand paint, AkzoNobel aims to build on a sustainability agenda which has...
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Barack Obama, Cleantech
India’s Auctions Have Pushed Solar Prices Down 73% Since 2010
Greentech Media
LiveMint: Solar Tariffs in India Have Fallen by 73% Since 2010 Average solar tariffs in India have fallen by about 73% since 2010, almost in line with Chinese spot module prices, which have also fallen by about 80% in the same period,...
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Climate Change, Renewable Energy
Adani Group joins GIEDCO Club
Business StandardPress Trust
Infrastructure conglomerate Adani Group has joined Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organisation (GEIDCO) as a member, which is a non-governmental body dedicated to promoting sustainable development of energy worldwide. The group claimed that it is the first Indian conglomerate to join...
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