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Six states release consensus framework for Colorado River cuts — with California absent

Ahead of a federal deadline, six of seven Colorado River states released a framework for cuts. But the states failed to gain the support of California, the state using the most water.

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Pedal-powered compost pickup combats climate change with micromobility

Mike Harrison works as a “rot rider” for Down to Earth Composting in Reno. That means twice a week, he hitches a trailer to an e-bike and motors around town collecting compost. It might not be the fastest way to move large quantities of food waste around a city, but Harrison would not have it any other way.

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