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Why Europe is quietly mad about the US climate bill

Why Europe is quietly mad about the US climate bill

Just a few small issues to fix. Photo: Eveleyn Hockstein (Reuters) The landmark Inflation Reduction Act is the largest U.S. contribution yet to meeting global emissions reduction goals. And the American allies are not happy about it. Certainly, they are happy to see that the United States is (finally) spending hundreds of billions of dollars …

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk launches first semi-truck deliveries

Tesla CEO Elon Musk launches first semi-truck deliveries

Tesla CEO Elon Musk kicks off deliveries of the company’s heavy-duty truck, the Semi, to the Gigafactory in Sparks, Nevada. Tesla Inc. You’re here CEO Elon Musk kicked off deliveries of the company’s first production tractor-trailers on Thursday, speaking on stage at the company’s factory in Sparks, Nevada, with Dan Priestly, the company’s senior manager …

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Tesla still dominant, but its market share in the United States is eroding as cheaper electric vehicles arrive

Tesla still dominant, but its market share in the United States is eroding as cheaper electric vehicles arrive

You’re here is still the best-selling electric vehicle brand in the United States, but its dominance is eroding as competitors offer a growing number of more affordable models, according to a report released Tuesday by S&P Global Mobility. The data company found that Tesla’s market share of new U.S.-registered electric vehicles was 65% in the …

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Tesla still dominant, but its market share in the United States is eroding as cheaper electric vehicles arrive

Tesla is still dominant, but its market share in the United States is eroding as cheaper electric vehicles arrive

A Tesla Model 3 vehicle is displayed at the Tesla Automotive Store on September 22, 2022 in Santa Monica, California. Tesla is recalling more than one million vehicles in the United States because the windows can pinch a person’s fingers when rolled up. Dinner Allison | Getty Images You’re here is still the best-selling electric …

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How China, the world's biggest polluter, avoids paying for climate damage

How China, the world’s biggest polluter, avoids paying for climate damage

Comment this story Comment In 1992, the United Nations classified China as a developing country because hundreds of millions of its citizens lived in poverty. Much has changed since then: China is now the world’s second largest economy and the largest annual emitter of greenhouse gases that warm the planet. The average Chinese today are …

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How Consumers Can Save Over $10,000 With New Climate Tax Breaks

How Consumers Can Save Over $10,000 With New Climate Tax Breaks

As Americans face mounting costs at every turn, the recently passed Cut Inflation Act of 2022 aims to provide some relief. Much of this relief comes in the form of energy tax credits, granted when you purchase certain environmentally friendly products. But which products offer kickbacks and how much can you get? Here’s what you …

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The world still “on the brink of climate catastrophe” after the COP27 agreement

The world is still ‘on the brink of a climate catastrophe’ after the agreement reached at the UN COP27 climate summit on Sunday, and the biggest economies must make new commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. greenhouse, climate experts and activists have warned. The deal reached in Sharm el-Sheikh early Sunday morning, after a marathon …

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Getting out of our dependence on growth is the way out of the climate crisis. Here’s how | Larry Elliot

For three centuries there has been a consensus on the objective of economic policy. Since the dawn of the industrial age in the 18th century, the goal has been to achieve as rapid growth as possible. It is not difficult to see why there has been this concentration. Growth has raised living standards, increased life …

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