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She rewrote the global Red List, which describes which species are in trouble, and warned that the world must restore its ecological balance or pay a tragic price.
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The case was brought by a group of environmental organizations and more than 17,000 Dutch citizens. They demand that Shell be forced to reduce CO2 emissions by 45% by 2030.
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Ord started Giving What We Can to spread the idea. You can join in!
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A recent government report called the mine safety standard regulating deadly silica dust "out of date," and difficult to enforce. The Biden administration may finally change that standard.
Camila Domonoske, NPR (Tweet)
Exxon, which usually avoids writing down assets, has announced its largest-ever impairment after canceling plans for natural gas projects in the Americas.
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NPR's Student Podcast Challenge: College Edition opens today! The contest closes on February 15, 2021
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