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Subsidizing climate chaos

A federal about-face on environmental justice... progress on battery technology... and a new consideration of "implicit subsidies" for the fossil fuel industry

Oregon charging ahead for clean energy

Clean energy advocates in Oregon strategize for progress on electrical grid and EVs. Meanwhile, US banks are investing in climate chaos.

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One year ago...

It was a year ago this week that the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic.

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Sleuthing for truth during power outages

Photos of an ice-coated Texas wind turbine were weaponized as supposed "evidence" that renewables were to blame for widespread power outages.

Norway is #1 in EVs

As seen on TV: the future of cars is electric

Michael Regan poised for confirmation to head the EPA; What to make of carmakers' sudden enthusiasm for EVs?

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Transition 2021 off to a good start

"Federal climate action:" no longer an oxymoron

High hopes and great expectations: a political shift on climate

Washington's legislative session begins. So does the Biden administration.

Biden's climate and clean energy nominees

Here's your clean energy team for 2021

Biden's climate picks bring experience, grit and a focus on environmental justice. Plus: Who the gas industry is targeting now, and climate book recommendations for the holidays!

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ClimateCast: A secret antidote to 2020's triple crises?

In this issue of Climate Cast: Mapping climate, racism, and pandemic impacts, Biden's climate plans, and solar's continued rise.

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Paris! we just can't leave you

Clean energy advances through local elections We need national and international action to fight climate change, but states and cities have also been a critical piece of the solution.