What’s better in a pandemic — plastic or reusable bags? Heat, coronavirus, and smoke from wildfires are making farmworkers’ jobs more dangerous. Despite decreasing emissions, climate change is worsening air quality. “Bomb trains” get federal go-ahead.
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