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Mongolian herders combat the effects of climate change by utilizing their own resourcefulness and innovative technology. The Associated Press captures their efforts through photos.

In Mongolia, the relationship between herders and their animals has existed for thousands of years in the expansive grasslands, creating a unique and undisturbed ecosystem. Upon initial observation, everything appears exactly as it may have appeared many years ago. A shepherd observes closely as a mare delivers a foal on a chilly morning in spring.

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The European Commission has decided to prolong the authorization of glyphosate for an additional decade due to a lack of consensus among member states.

The European Commission has decided to extend the application of the controversial herbicide glyphosate in the European Union for another decade. This decision was made after the 27 member countries were unable to come to a consensus on whether to approve or reject its continued use. The European Union’s representatives were unsuccessful in coming to

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SpaceX is making another attempt to launch its massive rocket into orbit, following a previous unsuccessful try that resulted in an explosion.

SpaceX has received final approval from federal regulators and plans to conduct another test flight of its massive rocket on Friday, launching from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The initial flight of Starship resulted in a blast just a few minutes after takeoff from South Texas in April. On Wednesday, the Federal Aviation Administration granted its approval

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China and the United States have committed to increasing their efforts towards addressing climate change, in preparation for the upcoming summit between President Biden and President Xi and the United Nations meeting.

China and the United States have committed to expediting their actions in combating climate change in anticipation of an important U.N. conference on the matter. They have promised to take measures to decrease the release of methane and other harmful gases, in addition to carbon dioxide. On the day before a meeting between Presidents Joe

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A leaked memo reveals that finance may be excluded from EU climate legislation, sparking concerns that it may not be able to be effectively enforced.

A confidential document obtained by The Associated Press shows that a leading EU regulation designed to encourage European businesses to achieve net zero emissions may be significantly diluted by member states. This potentially means that companies will no longer be obligated to uphold the goals of the Paris Agreement. The Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive

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