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GOP Lawmakers Divided As New Congress Takes On Climate Change

From disagreements in the early days of the new Republican-held Congress to statements made at events, many Republican politicians have demonstrated disagreement on the science of climate change and the role government should play.

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Pharrell Williams And Al Gore Are Planning A New Live Earth Concert

Two famous advocates are using their star power to stage a second Live Earth Concert in advance of this year's climate talks in Paris

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First Ever U.S. Offshore Wind Farm Project Appears To Be Dead In The Water

Picture this: a few miles out from the coast of Massachusetts, you can see over a hundred wind turbines generating power and occupying some 24 square miles.

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New Congress To Start Off Term With Controversial Keystone XL Bill

Republican Senate making Keystone pipeline first order of business at a tumultuous time for the oil industry.

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2014: A Progressive Year Of Executive Actions, Hashtag Activism, And Celebrities

2014 was a big year for Millennials and progressives.

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President Obama’s Evolution As An Environmental President

There were billboards in Copenhagen. They had renderings of President Barack Obama and other world leaders, all aged many years, and all with regretful looks on their faces. The picture of an elderly Obama read, “I’m sorry, we could have stopped catastrophic climate change. We didn’t.”

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Residents Fight Back Against Methane Storage Project With Months Of Protests

Crestwood Midstream Partners LP, a Texas-based company in the energy industry, has sought to convert a few large underground salt caverns into storage for both natural gas and liquefied propane and butane. Residents are now fighting back.

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New Reports Find International Support For Carbon Reduction Goals And Climate Change Policy

A new “report card” on carbon pledges reveals that many countries have sustainable goals by 2030, and a separate poll finds that in many countries, a majority of citizens support climate change policy.

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Four Things To Know About The EPA’s New Ozone Rules

Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency outlined new rules regulating healthy ozone levels within the United States.

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Senate Says No To Keystone XL Pipeline; The Truth About ALEC

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There Is Now A Road In The Netherlands That Produces Solar Power

A bike road opened in the Dutch town of Krommenie last week that converts sunlight into electricity. SolaRoad, their roads consist of “concrete modules” covered in a layer of glass with solar cells in-between.

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U.S. And China Reach Historic Climate Deal

According to the announcement, the United States will reduce its emissions by 26 to 28 percent by 2025, and China will reach peak emissions levels by 2030 and increase its share of power from non-carbon sources to 20 percent.

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