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    Concrete made from sugarcane could help fight climate change

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  • South Carolina residents calling police over noisy cicadas

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  • Major cities in Mexico running out of water as extreme heat continues

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  • Residents in South Carolina call police after cicadas create loud buzz

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  • Why polystyrene foam is difficult to recycle and banning it is a complex solution

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  • How climate change is harming the coastal culture of the Gullah Geechee

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  • Researchers working to keep microplastics from laundry out of water supply

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  • Bill Nye gives tips to reduce plastic waste

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  • Biden announces 'solar for all' grants on Earth Day

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  • At least 11,000 evacuated after Indonesia volcano erupts

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  • Conservative environmentalist discusses the politics of climate change

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  • EPA requires municipalities to remove 'forever chemicals' from water systems

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  • EPA announces new rules targeting 'forever chemicals'

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  • Environmentalists warn of threat to famed Okefenokee Swamp

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  • USGS expert explains how geology of Northeast affects intensity of earthquakes

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  • New York governor addresses earthquake, says no damaged buildings reported

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  • WATCH: Video shows the moment earthquake struck New Jersey

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  • Unfazed Long Island electrician says 'back to work' after experiencing earthquake

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How climate change is contributing to the sand shortage

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The world is running out of sand, which is used to make everything from skyscrapers to microchips. NBC News’ Joshua Johnson explains how one organization in Louisiana is battling the global sand shortage amid climate change.