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Make Japanese Food and Explore Saturn’s Largest Moon

This week, watch a performance from the New York City Ballet, take a tour of Lake Titicaca or learn about traditional tea ceremonies.

It’s Crunch Time and Biden’s Climate Gambit Faces Steep Hurdles

WASHINGTON — The linchpin of President Biden’s climate plan faces a perilous path through the Congress, as scientists say nations must move now to...

Intruder Pests May Drain Trillions From Africa’s Economies, Study Finds

The burden for Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, is about $1 trillion per year, researchers said. They placed losses at $317 billion for the...

The Rise of the Climatarian

Determining exactly how to do that when it comes to your diet, however, isn’t easy. While many climatarians aren’t vegetarians, since they believe that...

Electric Pickups Could Make or Break Biden’s Infrastructure Plans

“The F-150 is generally driven by guys who have a certain image of driving around in a truck — and that image includes noise,...

Supreme Court Gives Big Oil a Win in Climate Fight With Cities

The Supreme Court handed a victory to fossil fuel companies on Monday in a major climate change case, but gave the industry far less...

Biden Administration to Repeal Trump Rule Aimed at Curbing E.P.A.’s Power

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Thursday moved to repeal a Trump-era regulation that it said weakened the government’s ability to curb air pollution...

William R. Harris Dies at 79; Hoped to Curb Risks of Nuclear War

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here.For nearly four decades, William...

Crackdown on Emissions ‘Defeat Devices’ Has Amateur Racers Up in Arms

SEMA frames the federal position as a frightening recipe for overreach, in which the E.P.A. doesn’t allow any street car to become a racecar....

A breakthrough for U.S. wind power

The Biden administration has promised to build up the offshore wind industry, and this week it began to make good on that pledge by...

Final OK Expected for Nation’s First Major Offshore Wind Farm

The Biden administration on Tuesday will announce its final approval of the nation’s first commercial-scale offshore wind farm, a major step toward President Biden’s...

E-Commerce Mega-Warehouses, a Smog Source, Face New Pollution Rule

And the industry is surging. Last year, Inland Empire, a region close to the Los-Angeles-Long Beach port where retailers and manufactures offload billions of...

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Why One American Basketball Team Won’t Be at the Summer Olympics

When three-on-three basketball has its Olympics debut in Tokyo this summer, Latvia will be there. So will Poland. But a men’s team from the...

The French Open Gets Closer to Normal

On Wednesday, Osaka announced on social media that she would not attend news conferences during the French Open, saying they can be damaging to...

Here’s the Arctic Station That Keeps Satellites Connected

Arrayed across a plateau on an island in the high Norwegian Arctic, the 100 geodesic domes of the Svalbard Satellite Station look like abstract...