As Methane Levels in the Atmosphere Soar, Trump Administration Moves to Gut Regulations

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By Derrick Z. Jackson, Union of Concerned Scientists Until recently, carbon dioxide has earned top billing among global warming gases. Emitted when fossil fuels burn, it remains the most prevalent heat-trapping emission driving climate change. Its concentration in the atmosphere has now reached...
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Here’s How Manufacturers Argue Against Repair

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By Nathan Proctor, U.S. PIRG Tired of getting ripped off by companies overcharging you for repairs and pushing you to upgrade to a new item instead? You’re not alone. Frustration over repair restrictions has helped create a burgeoning Right to Repair campaign. Our campaign had bills in 20...
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Environmental Rollbacks in the Guise of Cheap Housing

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By Andrew Wetzler, Natural Resources Defense Council I began my career as an environmental advocate 20 years ago working on open space and wildlife preservation in Southern California. Then, as now, one of the most consistent threats to those open spaces, big and small, is housing development....
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