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Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage is an Important Climate Solution

As the U.S. moves towards a neutral, or even negative, climate emissions economy, new technologies will become available to help achieve that goal. President Biden has certainly aimed high when …

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Methane is Back in the Congressional Hot Seat

Critical Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) methane regulations are making their way back into effect. This is good news for wildlife like bats, mule deer, and cold weather-dependent moose that are …

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What President Biden’s New Climate Goals Mean for Wildlife & Communities

Impacts Seen and Unseen Climate change has impacted wildlife and humans—especially frontline communities that disproportionately experience the harms dealt from climate change globally and domestically. In North America, there are …

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Reclaiming Degraded Lands for People and Wildlife

Every day, workers extract resources from the earth that help fuel our modern lives: coal, oil, natural gas, metals, and other critical minerals. But what happens when mine lands no …

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