G7 Countries Promise to Stop Financing Coal — Don’t Set Date to Stop Burning It

G7 Countries Promise to Stop Financing Coal — Don’t Set Date to Stop Burning It

by Ashira Morris, ODP Staff Writer World leaders from the Group of 7 countries wrapped up their first post-pandemic in-person summit on Sunday, and the climate crisis was one of the primary agenda items. The heads of state from the U.S., U.K., France, Germany, Canada, Italy, and Japan (as well as the European Union) Agreed […]

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Cheaper Electric Vehicle Batteries on the Horizon

Cheaper Electric Vehicle Batteries on the Horizon

Most Americans are aware that electric vehicles are better for the environment, but one of the issues deterring consumers from purchasing them is the cost — electric vehicles (EVs) are, on average, $19,000 more expensive than gas cars. But that may be about to change, giving consumers more affordable options.

Why this Matters: The United States is at a crossroads in its relationship with gas-powered vehicles.

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