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Arianna Skibell

Arianna Skibell

Reporter at Energywire - E&E News

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Arianna Skibell

Biden Tightens Vehicle Emissions Standards

A second policy aims to accelerate adoption of electric vehicles

Electric School Buses Reduce Pollution, But New Infrastructure Deal...

Advocates worry that reduced funds will not go to the communities most in need

Biden car rules won’t account for Trump-era CO2

The Biden administration is preparing car rules that could eventually surpass Obama-era emissions reductions. But it could take years to achieve stringent carbon decreases.

Electric Vehicle Orders Are Zooming at Ford

Consumers want the racy Mustang Mach-E coupe and the powerful F-150 Lightning pickup truck

Senate committee unanimously approves highway bill | U.S. Senator S...

A Senate panel today unanimously approved a $350 billion surface transportation bill amid an...

Used Car Exports Threaten Climate Goals

The U.S. ships hundreds of thousands of its oldest and dirtiest cars overseas to poorer countries each year

J Street finally wants the US to think beyond the two-state solution

With a one-state reality deepening, the lobby group is shifting away from the model it championed for years and is turning to a new solution: confederation.

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Late Summer Scenes - NY City Lens

The Borough Park Farmer’s Market by Safia Ali, NY City Lens Brooklyn residents check out the weekly fare at the local farmer’s market. Read more » Restoration Plaza by Saif Alnuweiri, NY City Lens An afternoon in Bed-Stuy’s Restoration Plaza. Read more » Capilla Los Dolores, Queens by Marissa Ar…

Lens on New Yorkers - NY City Lens

From West Africa to the Bronx, a Retail Maven Dreams Big by Cassandra Basler, NY City Lens Alawe Fouleratou sold dress wraps in Guinea. Now, she sells “everything” in the Bronx. Bronx-born City Planner Can’t Get Enough of his Hometown by Max Burman, NY City Lens With his pet Cockatiels and an apar…

Health care workers using expired gear during pandemic and ‘hoping ...

Health care workers using expired gear during COVI-19 pandemic, CDC, N95 masks, Duke University, National Nurses United

States given expired protective gear, workers ‘hoping for the best’

States are receiving expired medical supplies from the federal stockpile that are more likely to fail, as they battle COVID-19.

‘It’s a real loss for survivors.’ Domestic violence law stalled in ...

The landmark Violence Against Women Act used to be bipartisan. Now reauthorization is stuck in the US Senate leaving advocates frustrated.

How Far Is J Street Willing to Go?

Its annual conference has become a space for left-wing criticism of Israel, but the organization remains cautious.

As it fights for its land, one Palestinian village struggles to pre...

Pinched in between settlement expansion and plagued by water shortages, land confiscation, and settler violence, Wadi Fuqin’s agricultural heritage is increasingly coming under threat.

Israeli army arrests 17 activists, two journalists in South Hebron ...

Hundreds of Palestinian, Israeli and international activists partnered together to repair a central access road in the South Hebron Hills. Israeli soldiers then declared the area a closed military zone, forcibly dispersing volunteers.


A survey on scientific integrity in the U.S. government was marked as spam. It wasn't  Science Magazine

Seeds of resistance: The woman fighting occupation with agriculture...

Vivien Sansour, founder of the Palestine Heirloom Seed Library, talks to +972 Magazine about Palestinian agricultural heritage, the occupation in global context, and the movement to preserve local farming techniques and biodiversity. “I speak about the occupation within a global context because it d…

American Jews, which side are you on? - +972 Magazine

Rather than sit uncomfortably within the tired anti- or pro-Israel paradigm, we are building a reality in which American Jews who disagree with the occupation can take comfort in their Jewish identity. By Shira Yudkin Tiffany Rows of police demarcated the sides outside the annual AIPAC Policy Confer…

Rising Costs Brings New Focus on How Colleges Set Their Prices - U....

Rising Costs Brings New Focus on How Colleges Set Their Prices  U.S. News & World Report

Should we be pushing people with autism to work in tech?

An estimated 90% of adults on the autism spectrum are unemployed or underemployed.

How one KIPP principal is trying to get his students to college – a...

The principal of KIPP Denver Collegiate High School discusses plans to increase his school’s college graduation rate to be on par with that of the country’s highest-income students.