Top Environmental Industry Stories from 2021 — Part 1

Newswire—As we reflect on the past year of progress in the environmental industry, here is a review of the most accessed articles from the A&WMA Newswire last year.  

Even with the pandemic still looming, 2021 was a year of progress for the environmental industry.  Newswire compiled a list of the most read articles from 2021. This is Part 1, so stay tuned for the rest of the list coming next week. Check out the full issue with article links and excerpts included, or click on each title for the individual article. 

Biden's cancellation of permit for Keystone XL pipeline faces mixed reactions
NPR, Jan. 27

5 alternative energy sources to speed our transition away from fossil fuels
CNN, Oct. 13

Study reveals US can achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050
Daily Californian, Feb. 3

What the Supreme Court's move means for EPA climate rules
E&E News, Nov. 3

High risk, low reward drives shift from power generation
Houston Chronicle, March 17

Restarting Texas' frozen energy heartland will be a climate mess
Bloomberg, Feb. 24

Carbon dioxide levels are higher than they've been at any point in the last 3.6 million years
CBS News, April 14

Batteries used in hearing aids could be key to the future of renewable energy
Science, June 2

Can the future of electric vehicles destroy the ethanol industry?
KGAN-TV, March 3

California just hit 95% renewable energy. Will other states come along for the ride?
Los Angeles Times, May 5


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