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California Adopts New Laws to Fight Climate Change, Despite New Government Policy

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Being the world’s sixth largest economy, California keeps implementing the most strict laws against climate change and the greenhouse gas effect. Its major aim is towards decreasing the carbon emission by focusing on transportation

January 21, 2017 — Against all odds, California keeps fighting for a green future. Thirty seven minutes after Trump got sworn into the U.S. Presidency, California released new measures to take action against climate change. The measures will aim towards the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent of 1990 levels by 2030. Continue reading California Adopts New Laws to Fight Climate Change, Despite New Government Policy

Want a climate solution? Start talking

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With the Paris Agreement now almost a year old and ratified by half of its signatories, the next big word is implementation. But just how do countries make good on their climate pledges? One option is to start talking

November 3, 2016 — As a name, the Paris Agreement trips so effortlessly off the tongue that it would be easy to convince ourselves it’s a single entity. But little could be further from the truth.  Continue reading Want a climate solution? Start talking