7:00 AM ET Turron DavenportESPN Close Covered Eagles for USA Today Covered the Ravens for Baltimore Times Played college football at Cheyney University NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Elijah Molden was still in high school when then-University of Washington defensive coordinator Jimmy Lake started teaching him the Huskies’ scheme. Lake received a call from Molden’s mother, Christin,
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New South Wales, Australia’s most populous state and home to Sydney, has announced a massive new EV policy package with $500 million worth of tax exemptions, rebates, and new spending on chargers, along with traffic-avoidance perks. In contrast, earlier this year, neighboring Victoria, the second most populous Australian state, implemented the “worst EV policy in
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Originally published by Union of Concerned Scientists, The Equation.By Jeremy Richardson, Senior Energy Analyst Climate champs Senators Whitehouse and Schatz introduced a solutions-oriented bill today that would put a price on emissions of heat-trapping gases as well as criteria air pollutants and use the revenues to mitigate the impacts of the policy on consumers, workers, and communities. Dubbed
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Pilots are calling for urgent action after claiming the government’s “ludicrously cautious” travel restrictions caused the UK’s aviation industry to be “the hardest hit in Europe”. The British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA) has accused ministers of appearing to “deliberately attack” the sector with the measures they have imposed during the pandemic. The union is calling
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Elon Musk is asking Tesla employees to go ‘all out’ for the end-of-quarter delivery and production push as the automaker is trying again to achieve record numbers. Tesla has been known to have intense end-of-quarter delivery pushes due to its distribution system, which is very different from other automakers who use third-party dealerships. We expected
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Some cities, states, and countries say that they just can’t go 100% renewable — it’s “impossible.” Others say that they may be able to do it, someday, perhaps. Others tells us that they will do it — in 2050. Or maybe 2040. Perhaps even 2030. And then there are some that have already done it.
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