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India’s Toxic Air Pollution Prompts Supreme Court to Act

NEW DELHI — A thick blanket of noxious haze has settled over the Indian capital of New Delhi, burning eyes and lungs, forcing schools to…

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Negotiators Strike a Climate Deal, but World Remains Far From Limiting Warming

GLASGOW — Diplomats from nearly 200 countries on Saturday struck a major agreement aimed at intensifying global efforts to fight climate change by calling on…

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Glasgow Climate Talks Are Down to the Wire on Money, Ambition and Fossil Fuels

GLASGOW — The international climate talks went into overtime Friday evening, as negotiators wrestled behind closed doors over several sticking points in an agreement that…

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China and the United States Agree to Work Together to Tackle Climate Change

Scientists have said that nations need to cut global emissions from fossil fuels roughly in half this decade to keep average global temperatures from rising…

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The Developing World Is Falling Short on Emissions Reductions

Nowhere is cutting carbon emissions more crucial than in the world’s emerging and developing economies, where the thirst for energy, and the output of carbon…

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With COP26, China’s Climate Policy Merits a Closer Look

“Disappointing.” “A shadow on the global climate effort.” Even before the global climate summit in Glasgow got underway last week, environmental advocates were quick to…

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