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The Biden administration approves a highly controversial drilling project, electric street sweepers prove that no truck is too big to be electric, and culture warriors attack environmental justice research.
This week, Washington reached a significant milestone in the state’s push to reduce emissions.
Electric cars and buses are everywhere already; school buses and heavy trucks are getting their turn in the fast lane. Also: what if the train that exploded in Ohio had been hauling tar sands oil?
While stormy climate consequences rang in the new year, a strong set of federal and state-level climate laws went into effect as well... and both WA and OR adopted CA's zero-emissions car rules.
In this week's ClimateCast: climate migration; Oregon cities act to leave fossil fuels behind; investment banks renege on climate commitments
Climate election 2022: neither a red nor a green wave Los Angeles Times reporter Sammy Roth recapped this week’s election results with the observation that
In this week's Climate Cast: Electric school buses across the country, air quality woes, upcoming elections, rising methane pollution, and holding NW Natural accountable.
In this week's ClimateCast: the urgent need for clean energy infrstructure, resiliency and hard choices, West Coast climate leadership and more.
Intense impacts in the Atlantic, huge methane problems, and clean fuels leadership from Oregon
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Los Angeles Times reporter Sammy Roth recapped this week