GRIST.org ‘A beacon in the smog’ ‘It just goes into a black hole’ >The Trump administration is burying dozens of studies detailing the promise of renewable energy, impeding a transition away from fossil fuels.INVESTIGATE WEST An award-winning nonprofit journalism studio based in Seattle A Lost Decade: How Climate Action Fizzled In Cascadia >Washington, Oregon and British Columbia pledged to slash carbon emissions. In a decade full of big talk and some epic battles, they all failed.
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ENSIA Solutions-focused environmental journalism Are Energy-Saving Settings Bad for the Environment? If Carbon Pricing is So Great, Why isn’t it Working?AlbertaViews A feisty little monthly from Canada’s oil-soaked heartland Digging a Carbon Hole for Canada PDF
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