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Feb 20, 2023

U.S. Can Shift to EV’s Without Widespread, Destructive Mining, Report Finds

A new report chalks out pathways for the United States to heavily reduce the amount of mined lithium it needs to decarbonize transportation and sidestep “irreversible harms” to water, air, and animal habitats—especially near Indigenous lands. “The question is not whether we decarbonize the transportation sector, but how we decarbonize it,” the report’s

Feb 20, 2023

As Europe goes green, number crunchers map the ripple effects

It is called “Model Explorer” and its scheduled release in mid-2023 is being keenly anticipated. A new video game for screen-addicted teenagers worldwide? Not quite. Behind the scenes “Model Explorer” will mark the next advance in computer modelling for Europe’s clean-energy ambitions, promising key insights into the impact on societies of the planned

Feb 16, 2023

Aim for the Stomach

Why the threat to food supplies — and industrial agriculture’s role in global warming — is central to the discourse on climate change. The writer Upton Sinclair once famously said, upon the reaction to his classic exposé of the slaughterhouse industry, The Jungle, “I aimed at the public’s heart, and by accident I