Environment

Combatting an Invisible Killer: New WHO Air Pollution Guidelines Could Save Millions of Lives

The disparities in air pollution exposure are often linked to structural racism, such as historic redlining and locating polluting industries and freeways in low-income or predominantly Black or Hispanic neighborhoods. The result shows up in the communities’ health.
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The Media Isn't Talking About Climate Change Enough — Here's Why, and How You Can Help Change That

Climate change is consistently being left out of relevant reporting about climate change-caused disasters like hurricanes, wildfires, and flooding. We put together a guide on how to contact local and national media — and what to say to encourage them to change their reporting.
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Pollution to Products? Recycled Carbon Emissions Are Coming to Consumer Shelves

Around the world, technological innovations to capture, store, reuse, or replace carbon pollution are on the rise.
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Meet the World's First Carbon-Neutral Soccer Club

FIFA, soccer’s international governing body, recently recognized the Forest Green Rovers as the greenest soccer club in the world. The United Nations has certified the FGR as the world’s first carbon-neutral football club. It is also the first and only vegan pro soccer club on the planet.
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These 3 Energy Storage Technologies Can Help Solve the Challenge of Moving to 100% Renewable Electricity

In recent decades the cost of wind and solar power generation has dropped dramatically. This is one reason that the U.S. Department of Energy projects that renewable energy will be the fastest-growing U.S. energy source through 2050.
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This UK Soccer Club is Trialing Edible Coffee Cups

Next year, we are being promised the world’s first carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup. Pulling this off will be no mean feat – from construction to travel and accommodation, Qatar 2022 is expected to produce up to 3.6 million tons of CO2.
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