The World Bank estimates that three regions — Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, and Southeast Asia — will generate 143 million more climate migrants by 2050.
Indian Country Today – Historic Dakota land returns to tribe
Seattle Times – AP interview: EPA head committed to ‘scientific integrity’
The president’s plan, worth up to $4 trillion, represents a fundamental shift in the way Democrats talk about tackling climate change: It’s no longer a side issue.
Press Release – HUD Makes Historic $450 Million Investment to Provide COVID-19 Relief Funding to Native American Communities Across the Nation—Click here to watch Secretary Fudge’s video statement on COVID-19 relief funding for Tribal communities.
The Weather Channel – Methane Gas Emissions From Oil And Gas Production Underestimated, According to New Study
The research, published Monday in the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, used a new method that employed satellite data to trace and map total emissions to their source on the ground, according to a news release.
Financial Times – Methane pollution soars in US as shale drilling resumes
Frigid temperatures last month froze pipelines and forced companies to flare vast amounts of planet-warming gases that they suddenly had nowhere to send.
The White House – White House Announces Environmental Justice Advisory Council Members
Tahlequah Daily Press – Hoskin blasts Stitt, EPA power grab
Jefferson Public Radio – Karuk Tribe And Allies Want Fewer Restrictions On Wildfire Management
Scientific American – Hunger Strikers Seeking Environmental Justice Win Air-Pollution Delay
National Association of Clean Air Agencies – Washington Update
As vice president, Joe Biden oversaw a “green jobs” stimulus package that produced notable failures. This time, with more money and more demand for clean technology, will be different, Democrats say.
Washington Post – Block by block, he aims to fight injustice and save the planet
Solar panels and clean heat shouldn’t be limited to the wealthy, says Donnel Baird, who’s bringing green power to low-income neighborhoods
Scientific American – Dead Power Grid Revived with Solar and Wind, Not Diesel
FERC decisions on the Weymouth compressor in Massachusetts could have huge implications for natural gas projects all over the country.
Indian Country Today – Navajo officials push to broaden ‘downwinder’ coverage
Fleet Owner – Peterbilt releases EV operating cost calculator
Transport Topics – Senate Legislation Targets EV Charging Stations
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