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Shopkeepers and workers wait for electric power at a market following a power breakdown across the country, in Lahore, Pakistan, Monday, Jan. 23, 2023. Much of Pakistan was left without power for several hours on Monday morning as an energy-saving measure by the government backfired. The outage spread panic and raised questions about the cash-strapped government’s handling of the crisis. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)

Lights out in Pakistan as energy-saving move backfires

- Associated Press



FILE - The Los Angeles River flows downstream in Los Angeles, Jan. 14, 2023. In Los Angeles, a complex system of dams and paved flood control channels including the river were designed to steer water away from roads and buildings and out to sea as fast as possible. But with water sources becoming scarce, efforts are underway to begin capturing and treating some of the runoff for irrigation or to inject in aquifers. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)

California storms feed systems set up to capture rainwater

- Associated Press




Coordinator Mithika Mwenda, left, and committee member Augustine Njamnshi, right, at a press conference of the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance at the Climate Summit, in Copenhagen Denmark, on Dec. 10, 2009. Climate activists in Africa have expressed anger toward the United Nations climate agency, accusing it of allowing corporations and individuals with “dubious” climate credentials to “greenwash” their polluting activities by participating in its annual climate conference. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong) ** FILE **

African activists cast doubt over climate talks’ credibility

- Associated Press




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