Climate Solutions

The people and organizations tackling our biggest environmental challenges

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Using other kitchen appliances, improving ventilation and experimenting with induction could help curb your exposure to pollutants.
Executive editor Sally Buzbee on The Post's Climate Solutions coverage.
France is set to pass a law requiring solar panels to be built above most parking lots, drastically accelerating renewable energy to fight global warming.
New Zealand – dubbed the Saudi Arabia of milk for its dominant role in global dairy trade – wants its farmers to pay a world-first levy on agricultural emissions by 2025 to help reduce agriculture's climate footprint.
Virtuous proclamations and campaigns from clothing brands can often amount to greenwashing, or in some cases, “clearwashing,” where the information doesn’t tell consumers much.
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Once pushed to the brink of extinction, condors are soaring in Northern California skies again with the help of an Indigenous tribe and a team of scientists.
From snow sports to watercraft, battery-powered recreation could save millions of gallons of gasoline — and cut back on noise, fumes and pollution.
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Different types of fireplaces, such as wood-burning, natural gas and electric, can have varying environmental and health effects.
The announcement comes as 3M is facing an onslaught of lawsuits from states and individuals who are claiming contamination from PFAS chemicals harmed their health.
Close to 200 nations pledged to protect nearly a third of Earth’s land and oceans as a refuge for the planet’s remaining wild plants and animals by 2030.
The 78-foot-tall red spruce came from the Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina. As it glitters on the National Mall, advocates are hoping to draw attention to the challenges the trees face in a warmer, drier world, and why they are important to restore throughout the Appalachians.