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White House swears in the first class of American Climate Corps

White House swears in the first class of American Climate Corps
The first class of the American Climate Corps was sworn in by the White House as a federal program to train young people for careers in clean energy, conservation, and climate-resilient industries.

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Glaciers around the world are melting at record levels due to climate change, according to a report from NBC News. This is just one of the many impacts of climate change that are being felt across the globe. In other news, communities in D.C. are using sheep to mow lawns, and Central Ohio has a plan to cut food waste in half by 2030. Additionally, small cannabis farmers in California are facing threats from severe weather and big corporations. President Biden is set to address the administration's efforts to tackle the climate crisis, and scientists are using the ocean's power to fight climate change. The U.N. has also warned that the world is "nowhere near" hitting climate targets set in the Paris agreement. These stories and more are covered in the latest news from NBC.

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