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Climate Change News Digest for 10/18/23

This digest provides a selection of recent news articles relating to climate change and other environmental issues. Click on the title to read the full article from its original source.

By Dan Gearino (Inside Climate News)

The coming surge in photovoltaic panel waste is tiny compared to other categories of waste, and most health concerns about solar equipment are unfounded.

By Dharna Noor (The Guardian)

Measure signed into law by Gavin Newsom on Saturday is strong blueprint for national climate accountability, experts say

By Ryan Van Velzer (NPR)

Coal communities across the country are struggling to adapt as the nation transitions away from the dirtiest fossil fuel. Now, a historic amount of federal funding is available to help diversify their economies and aid in the transition to a low carbon future as long as the money can get in local hands.

By Zeke Hausfather (New York Times)

As global temperatures shattered records and reached dangerous new highs over and over the past few months, my climate scientist colleagues and I have just about run out of adjectives to describe what we have seen.

By Reuters (Reuters)

A top U.S. solar industry organization said it had reached a wide-ranging agreement with environmental, conservation, farm and tribal groups, aimed at reducing conflicts over where to build big solar energy facilities.

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