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A Steag coal power plant in Herne, Germany, on Aug. 25. The Essen-based energy company Steag wanted to convert the old coal-fired power plant Herne 4 into a gas-fired power plant at the beginning of the year. In March, Steag decided to postpone the conversion and to continue firing the old power plant with coal. Ina Fassbender/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Amid an energy crisis, Germany turns to the world's dirtiest fossil fuel

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The Blackwell School in Marfa, Texas, pictured in May 2022. Carlos Morales hide caption

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Hispanic students were once segregated at this school. Now it will be a historic site

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Adam Silvera speaks onstage at the 2020 Audie Awards Gala at Guastavino's in New York City on March 2, 2020. Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan/Getty Image hide caption

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'The First to Die At The End' could be the newest Adam Silvera YA blockbuster

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