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Are other countries reciprocating U.S. climate promises?
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Are other countries reciprocating U.S. climate promises?

Optimism, though, should be tempered. Under the new pledges, global emissions in 2030 would be expected to be 1,197 million metric tons lower than under the old pledges, but 71 percent of that difference is from the United States alone, meaning Biden’s ambition has not yet been widely reciprocated.

Hot and bothered about geothermal energy
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Hot and bothered about geothermal energy

"Investors and entrepreneurs are waking up to the potential of geothermal energy, an overlooked and undercapitalized clean energy source. New geothermal technologies could enable the earth's heat to provide as much as 16 percent of U.S. electricity by 2050, according to the U.S. Department of Energy's 2019 study GeoVision: Harnessing the Heat Beneath Our Feet."

Trump-approved Nevada lithium mine could unlock Biden clean energy goals
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Trump-approved Nevada lithium mine could unlock Biden clean energy goals

"Thacker Pass, located on 5,500 acres of federal land near the border with Oregon, was one of several mining and energy projects the Trump administration expedited for review during the pandemic. New Interior Secretary Deb Haaland has not weighed in on the project publicly, but the mine would be compatible with the clean energy agenda of the Biden administration, which includes a prioritization of boosting U.S. development of critical minerals."

Farmers are natural climate solution champions
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Farmers are natural climate solution champions

"The oldest and most experienced environmentalists often aren’t lauded for their efforts to steward our planet. Farmers have been bettering our planet since before it was cool, and they have been improving their methods and prioritizing sustainability for centuries through natural solutions, such as the deployment of no-till crops and voluntary participation in carbon markets."

Using Weather Data Helps Businesses Address Challenges Of Climate Change
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Using Weather Data Helps Businesses Address Challenges Of Climate Change

"Weather data can improve supply chain efficiencies while reducing emissions and fuel usage. For example, historically, routing decisions in the aviation sector have been made using worst-case weather scenarios which are more operationally restrictive. Advanced forecasting capabilities offer more accurate, detailed, and specific data for flight management."

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