Future of the Environment

From rescue animals to electric buses, California is introducing bold new rules

Two-year-old cat "Onis" waits to be blessed by a priest outside San Anton Church in Madrid, Spain, January 17, 2018. Hundreds of pet owners bring their animals to be blessed every year on the day of Saint Anthony, Spain's saint patron of animals. REUTERS/Susana Vera - RC1880A89B10

Soon, pet stores in California will be able to sell only rescue animals. Image: REUTERS/Susana Vera

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