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    Clothing brands like H&M and Zara are encouraging shoppers to give their used clothing back to the stores rather than throwing the items away.

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    San Francisco boasts an ecology-minded culture, but an increased focus on convenience could be threatening those lofty environmental ideals.

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    U.S. EPA yesterday said it wanted to postpone compliance dates for an Obama administration regulation related to polluted water releases from power plants.

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    Auto giant General Motors is now facing the same accusations as other automakers about possible extra emissions from its diesel vehicles.

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    California relies so much on solar power that state officials are urging residents to turn off unneeded lights and appliances during the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.

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    Seven members of Congress yesterday asked the Government Accountability Office to examine how the aging, contaminated facilities at the Hanford nuclear reservation are monitored and maintained.

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    Brazil is once again suffering from the effects of a devastating mosquito-borne disease after the Zika virus plagued the country in 2015 and 2016.

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    The California Supreme Court yesterday struck down a lower court's ruling that would have required the Los Angeles Zoo to exercise its elephants on soft ground and not use electric shocks.

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    A new jury selection date of July 10 has been set for the retrial in the first case stemming from a 2014 armed standoff between ranchers and federal agents in Nevada.

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    The refining industry trade group American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers wants to get out of a lawsuit between a group of children and the U.S. government.

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    Two major outdoor recreation trade expositions are combining for one big show in Denver next year.

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    Weather forecasters in the United States yesterday predicted an above-average Atlantic hurricane season in 2017.

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    American beekeepers lost 21 percent of their colonies last winter, the lowest winter loss since 2006 and an improvement over last year's 27 percent death rate.

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    Florida lawmakers reintroduced legislation in both the Senate and House yesterday aimed at speeding up restoration projects in the Everglades.

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    Public comments on an Interior Department review of the status of dozens of national monuments is skewing heavily in favor of retaining existing designations, including the Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah, according to a new analysis by the Center for Western Priorities.

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    TAORMINA, Sicily — Delegations at the Group of Seven summit here are grappling with the wording of what looks likely to be a vague statement on climate change in their final communique.

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    The White House's top economic adviser yesterday dismissed coal, citing natural gas, solar and wind as ways President Trump can bring back manufacturing and jobs without sacrificing the environment.

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    Bill Becker ends his nearly 37-year run next Friday as executive director of the National Association of Clean Air Agencies.

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    The Trump administration is backing several major energy efficiency standards after critics threatened lawsuits and attacked the Department of Energy for delays.

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    President Trump's bold plans for overhauling the Department of Energy have been hamstrung so far by a lack of nominees for key DOE posts.

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    The scion of a storied Oklahoma banking family is taking the lead on U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's effort to remake the agency's toxic waste cleanup program.