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  • California town leads the electric car revolution

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  • Earth Day: U.N. warns ‘now or never’ on climate change action

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  • Full Moniz: 'Policy innovation is ... the biggest challenge' to nuclear energy

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  • U.N. warns time to act on climate change is ‘now or never’

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  • Andrea Mitchell: Gas-tax holiday proposals are ‘terrible climate policy’

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  • New U.N. report warns of immediate dangers of climate change

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  • Western states face worst megadrought in more than 1,000 years

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  • Santa Fe Mayor addresses city’s climate change issues

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  • Are major companies living up to their net-zero pledges to combat climate change?

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  • How rising global temperatures could worsen winter snowstorms

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  • ‘Earth Poetica’ installation turns environmental waste into art

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  • Could climate change pose a lasting threat to future Winter Olympics?

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  • The ups and downs of Biden’s climate agenda in year one

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  • How the volcanic eruption in Tonga could cause temporary cooling of Earth

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  • Breaking down the cost of extreme weather events caused by climate change

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  • Companies race to earn forest credits as incentive to offset global carbon footprint

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  • Growth of electric vehicles endangering rain forests

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In-depth look at disproportionate impact of climate change in minority communities

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New research shows in more than 70 percent of U.S. counties, low-income, non-white neighborhoods experience more extreme surface heat due to a lack of critical natural infrastructure. NBC News’ Morgan Radford introduces us to Urban Heat ATL, a group that uses special technology to tackle the problem in their community.