Last fall, the Biden administration approved $7.5 billion of federal funding for electric vehicle charging infrastructure, hoping it would catalyze further investment from the private sector. It seems to be working.
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Seville, one of the hottest cities in Spain, is now home to the world’s first program to name and rate heat waves. The city launched the project on the summer solstice last week as part of a broader effort to raise awareness and mitigate the dangerous impact of heat waves.
Colorado’s Democratic governor, Jared Polis, signed legislation this month that many are calling the nation’s “most comprehensive” state law on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, also known as PFAS or “forever chemicals.”