There’s a nationwide Sriracha shortage, and climate change may be to blame

The company that makes Sriracha told customers it will have to stop making the sauce for the next few months due to “severe weather conditions affecting the quality of chili peppers.”

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Misinformation is derailing renewable energy projects across the United States

Misinformation, often spread via Facebook, is raising doubts about renewable energy and slowing or derailing projects.

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Climate change threatens nearly one-third of US hazardous chemical facilities

The report notes that socially vulnerable people, including poor people, Indigenous people and Black people, are more likely to live near facilities that use hazardous chemicals.

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The White House wants a robust electric vehicle charging network. Here’s the plan

The Biden administration announced a multi-billion-dollar plan to beef up the nation’s electric vehicle charging system.

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Oil companies face ‘big tobacco moment’ in Congress over their climate policies

Democratic lawmakers want to uncover how the industry spent money on lobbyists and public relations efforts to influence lawmakers and the public by sowing doubts about climate science and the consequences of climate change.

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In her latest project, Juneau artist Lily Hope will mentor weavers and address threats to use of traditional materials

The Chilkat weaver is one of 15 people to win a $100,000 SHIFT award, which will support her project, “Protecting the Material Sovereignty of Our Indigenous Homelands.”

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From a fossilized tusk, UAF researchers unraveled the life story of a woolly mammoth

A new University of Alaska Fairbanks study explores the life story of a woolly mammoth that lived 17,000 years ago.

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