Not reliable. Due to its poor editorial standards that have resulted in the publication of numerous falsehoods, the Daily Mail is considered generally unreliable, and its use as a reference is generally prohibited.
Not reliable. Forbes, a well-known American business magazine, might seem at first glance like a reliable source. And indeed, content written by Forbes staffers is considered generally reliable. However, this article was not written by a Forbes staffer, but rather by an unaffiliated contributor. Such articles have little editorial oversight and are considered generally unreliable.
The Center for Urban Forest Research estimates that shade from the 26,000 trees in Claremont, California, saves the city more than 2.1 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year in reduced air conditioning costs, equivalent to more than $468,000 in savings.
Reliable. The Claremont Courier is a community newspaper serving Claremont, California, a suburb of Los Angeles. Since it is a small publication, it has never been formally discussed at the reliable sources noticeboard. However, per its page, it is considered Claremont's newspaper of record, and in 2018, it was named the top community newspaper in California by the California News Publishers Association. Given this, it is safe to assume that, if it were to be discussed at the noticeboard, it would be found generally reliable.
Not reliable. The New York Times is one of the United States' newspapers of record and is considered generally reliable. This article, however, is not a reported news article, but an opinion piece asserting the views of its author. It could be used to support the sentence Jonathan Safran Foer believes that it is not possible to preserve the environment while continuing to consume meat at current levels. It cannot be used without attributing the statement to Foer, as was done above.