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Good Climate News
Apr 2, 2024
Good Climate News this Week: Plans to Cut Carbon and Methane Emissions, Offshore Wind, Ohio’s First Agrovoltaic Facility, and More!

Every Monday, we round up five of the best good climate news stories we're celebrating. This week we cover the Biden-Harris administration's plans to cut carbon and methane emissions, a new offshore wind development, the nation's first utility-scale agrovoltaic facility, and the Amazon Protection Program.

Apr 2, 2024
A waterfall set behind a row of evergreen trees in the forest.
Good Climate News
Sep 25, 2023
Good Climate News this Week: Biden’s American Climate Corps, Clean Energy Grants, and More

There's a lot of good news on climate, but it can be harder to find than all of the bad news. Every Monday, we round up five of the best good climate news stories we're celebrating. This week we cover Biden's new American Climate Corps, the EPA's announcement of $4.6 billion in clean energy grant funding, and more.

Sep 25, 2023
Montana Climate Corps Volunteers standing for a picture in front of a mountain range.
This Week In Climate Action
Aug 25, 2023
THIS WEEK IN CLIMATE ACTION – AUGUST 25, 2023
Aug 25, 2023
Blog
Aug 24, 2023
Tackling Extreme Heat Through Urban Green Space Development

July was Earth's hottest month on record, and the extreme heat has spurred heat emergencies, wildfires, severe drought, and other events that threaten our communities. Urban green space development is a crucial tool to cool them. Learn how it works, and how you can help with projects in your own community.

Aug 24, 2023

Lauren Heller

Park pathway extending into a lake, with fogged view of city in the background.
This Week In Climate Action
Aug 11, 2023
THIS WEEK IN CLIMATE ACTION – AUGUST 11, 2023
Aug 11, 2023
This Week In Climate Action
Aug 4, 2023
THIS WEEK IN CLIMATE ACTION – AUGUST 4, 2023
Aug 4, 2023
Blog
Jul 27, 2023
The Mountain Valley Pipeline Explained

For nearly a decade, Big Oil has been trying to run a natural gas pipeline 300 miles across Virginia and West Virginia, cutting through the Jefferson National Forest and crossing hundreds of waterways and wetlands. The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) will have devastating consequences not only for the environment, but also for the many communities along its path whose health will be jeopardized by air and water pollution. Here’s what you need to know.

Jul 27, 2023
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