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Tribes say their future is at stake as they push for Congress to consider Colorado River settlement

Tribes say their future is at stake as they push for Congress to consider Colorado River settlement

Within the heart of the Navajo Nation and in the shadow of the sandstone arch that is the namesake of the tribal capital, a simple greeting and big smiles were shared over and over again Friday as tribal officials gathered: “Yá‘át’ééh abíní!” It was
$900M B.C.-based hydrogen fuel network will create jobs while cutting emissions: Eby

$900M B.C.-based hydrogen fuel network will create jobs while cutting emissions: Eby

The Canada Infrastructure Bank is providing a $337 million loan toward a Vancouver company's plans to create a network of hydrogen factories and fuelling stations that could create nearly 300 jobs while cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Republican AGs ask Supreme Court to block climate change lawsuits brought by several states

Republican AGs ask Supreme Court to block climate change lawsuits brought by several states

Republican attorneys general in 19 states have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block several Democratic-led states from pursuing climate change lawsuits against the oil and gas industry in their own state courts.
Rio de Janeiro bay reforestation shows mangroves' power to mitigate climate disasters

Rio de Janeiro bay reforestation shows mangroves' power to mitigate climate disasters

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — At the rear of Rio de Janeiro's polluted Guanabara Bay, thousands of mangroves rise as tall as 13 feet (about 4 meters) from a previously deforested area.
Sunshine Coast Weather: Break out the umbrellas

Sunshine Coast Weather: Break out the umbrellas

Rain and clouds are expected for the next few days
As the election nears, Biden pushes a slew of rules on the environment and other priorities

As the election nears, Biden pushes a slew of rules on the environment and other priorities

WASHINGTON (AP) — As he tries to secure his legacy, President Joe Biden has unleashed a flurry of election year rules on the environment and other topics, including a landmark regulation that would force coal-fired power plants to capture smokestack
Extreme weather. A lack of lifesaving vaccines. Africa's cholera crisis is worse than ever

Extreme weather. A lack of lifesaving vaccines. Africa's cholera crisis is worse than ever

LILANDA, Zambia (AP) — Extreme weather events have hit parts of Africa relentlessly in the last three years, with tropical storms, floods and drought causing crises of hunger and displacement.
Native American tribes give unanimous approval to proposal securing Colorado River water

Native American tribes give unanimous approval to proposal securing Colorado River water

The Navajo Nation Council has signed off on a proposed settlement that would ensure water rights for its tribe and two others in the drought-stricken Southwest — a deal that could become the most expensive enacted by Congress.
General Sherman passes health check but world's largest trees face growing climate threats

General Sherman passes health check but world's largest trees face growing climate threats

SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK, California (AP) — High in the evergreen canopy of General Sherman, the world’s largest tree, researchers searched for evidence of an emerging threat to giant sequoias: bark beetles.
Farmers in India are weary of politicians' lackluster response to their climate-driven water crisis

Farmers in India are weary of politicians' lackluster response to their climate-driven water crisis

BEED, India (AP) — On a stifling hot day this May, farm worker Shobha Londhe is reminded of the desperate conditions that led her husband to take his own life.