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09/24/2021 - Canary Islands ‘miracle home’ stands alone against volcano’s lava flow



Eruption on La Palma has destroyed hundreds of homes, but one escaped the devastation all around.

09/24/2021 - Young global climate strikers vow change is coming – from the streets



Mass youth protests to hit more than 1,400 locations weeks before Cop26 climate summit.

09/23/2021 - Delaware sues Monsanto over PCB damage to the state



Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings sues an agrochemical company for long-lasting damage to the state’s natural resources.

09/23/2021 - Pa. won’t hit climate goals without increasing efforts now, report says



The state’s new Climate Action Plan focuses on cutting emissions in the state’s three most-polluting sectors: electricity generation, industrial energy use, and transportation.

09/23/2021 - PennEast shelves plan to build pipeline on public lands in N.J.



The company's decision not to pursue eminent-domain claims on 42 parcels of publicly owned land was announced in an agreement with the Attorney General's office and recorded in a brief notice sent on Sept. 20 to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

09/23/2021 - Allegheny County takes aim at air pollution during inversions



US Steel, other industrial companies will submit plans to lower emissions during weather ‘episodes.’

09/23/2021 - New Pa. climate action plan charts path for steep cuts in greenhouse gases



Pennsylvania's newest road map for slowing and adapting to climate change details, for the first time, a suite of strategies that could achieve the steep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions called for by Gov. Tom Wolf and outlined in international climate pacts.

09/23/2021 - 'Grow up': UK's Johnson says world must face climate change



British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told world leaders at the United Nations on Wednesday night that humanity has to “grow up” and tackle climate change, saying humans must stop trashing the planet like a teenager on a bender.

09/23/2021 - The myth of regenerative cattle grazing



The purveyors of “grass-fed” beef want you to believe that it solves meat’s environmental problem. But this is merely a branding exercise, not a climate solution.

09/23/2021 - #SeeYouInCourt: Climate litigation heats up



With politicians failing to take climate action, activists from Asia to South America to Europe are taking governments and polluters to court in a last-ditch bid to reduce emissions — and global heating.