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15 hours ago
Domingo Morales loves composting and now, thanks to a six-figure prize, he’s helping people in public housing to follow suit. “For many years, compost has been that evil, stinky upper class thing that white people do.”
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2 days ago
Cryptomining requires a whole lot of computing power, is highly energy-intensive and generates outsize emissions.
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2 days ago
Wind gusts, low moisture and above-normal temperatures are in store for New Mexico, which has been plagued by wildfires for the past month. Some evacuated with their livestock, leaving most belongings behind.
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2 days ago
Domingo Morales, arguably the most famous compost guy in New York, is on a mission to make composting cool. “For many years, compost has been that evil, stinky upper class thing that white people do.”
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2 days ago
Also in this edition of the NYT climate newsletter: Hurricane news, an inflation calculator (yes, there’s a global warming connection) and much more.
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2 days ago
When it comes to the number of hurricanes and other tropical storms, pollution, or the lack of it, from cars and power plants has a greater impact than global warming.
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2 days ago
Studies like this one are playing an increasing role in demonstrating that the effects of climate change are not a future concern, but are happening now.
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2 days ago
The finding presents difficulties for policymakers, since reducing particulate pollution to improve human health may also lead to more damaging storms.
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6 days ago
As deadly wildfires become a terrifying fixture of life for many Americans, the country is embracing an ancient tool for limiting the devastation: controlled burning to thin forest vegetation. Ramping up burning won’t be easy, however.
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6 days ago
An ambitious project to bring hydropower from Canada to New England is on the brink of defeat after conservationists, Native Americans, concerned residents and rival energy companies waged a rowdy campaign to kill it.
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6 days ago
The CO2 levels at Mauna Loa hit a record, again. Why Mauna Loa? .....A barren volcano in the middle of the Pacific has much to offer for a very specific task...
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