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Smithfield Foods agrees to $42M settlement in industrywide lawsuit over pork price-fixing   
July 07, 2022
Source: CBS News on MSN.com - Suit is pending against other major pork producers including Hormel, Tyson Foods, Seaboard Foods and Triumph Foods.
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How commercial satellite imagery could soon make nuclear secrecy very difficult—if not impossible   
July 06, 2022
Source: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists - Advanced commercial satellite imagery could soon make it very difficult—if not impossible—to establish secret nuclear programs or maintain secrecy around existing ones. Here's why.
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Reaching 100% Renewables by 2035   
July 06, 2022
Source: Union of Concerned Scientists - Community organizer Bridget Vial and energy analyst Paula Garcia discuss how some states can reach an equitable transition to 100% clean energy by 2035.
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EPA Hearing Solicits Comments on Three CARB Regulations   
July 06, 2022
Source: Transport Topics - A recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hearing focused on the California Air Resources Board's bid to proceed with three aggressive regulations that have not been well-received within the trucking industry.
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Mainewhile: Maine owes its brand to now crippled EPA   
July 06, 2022
Source: Portland Press Herald - We are in a drought. “Moderate” for the Midcoast as of this writing. So far, knock on wood, our well is holding up. We made it through last year’s
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Electricity grids aren’t making the most of wind power   
July 06, 2022
Source: ClimateConnections - Sam Gomberg is senior energy analyst at the Union of Concerned Scientists. He says operators often prioritize coal plants because contracts guarantee them a minimum level of production. “Instead of the grid operator telling...
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Nuclear power in the U.S. is gaining support from both parties   
July 06, 2022
Source: Digital Journal - A growing number of politicians on both sides of the iasle are taking a fresh look at nuclear power in the U.S.
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Nuclear Power Gets New Push in U.S., Winning Converts   
July 05, 2022
Source: New York Times - With challenges in meeting clean energy goals and new electricity demands, politicians in both parties seek to prolong and even expand reactor use.
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With Coachella Valley summers getting hotter, how can cities address extreme heat'   
July 04, 2022
Source: The Desert Sun - Daily average high temperatures in the Coachella Valley are expected to increase by up to 8 to 14 degrees by the end of the century.
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Summer in America is becoming hotter, longer and more dangerous   
July 03, 2022
Source: The Washington Post on MSN.com - Climate change is altering the summer months — turning a time of joy into stretches of extreme heat, dangerously polluted air, anxiety, and lost traditions.
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