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Sydney Is in a State of Emergency to Fight Climate ChangeSydney Is in a State of Emergency to Fight Climate Change

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On Monday, the city council of Sydney, Australia, unanimously voted to put enter a state of emergency over the looming threat posed by climate change. The decision — making Sydney the first major city in Australia to declare a climate emergency but nearly the 660th to do so worldwide — mobilizes.. »more

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San Francisco Moves to Ban Sale of E-Cigarettes

San Francisco Moves to Ban Sale of E-Cigarettes
In a landmark move, San Francisco just became the first U.S. city to ban e-cigarettes last night. The bill will go into effect 30 days once the mayor signs it — mayor London Breed has already indicated she will — and start being enforced seven months after that. The controversial and..
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Canada Signals a Willingness to Challenge Trump on His Clean-Car Rollback

By signing a clean-car deal with California, Canadia inserted itself into the high-profile battle over Mr. Trump’s weakening of rules to fight climate change.
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Should beavers be brought back across England?

Beavers were first reintroduced to Scotland in 2009 and a further trial is taking place in England until next year.
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Bill Wehrum, an Architect of Trump Administration’s Pro-Coal Rules, to Leave E.P.A.

The official, William L. Wehrum, helped to write Trump administration rules weakening climate change protections and supporting the coal industry.
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