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Nearly half of Pennsylvania government electricity to come from solar power by 2023

Solar arrays would produce 191-megawatts of electricity from seven sites in six counties.
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For New York's first offshore wind farm, an unexpected hurdle

The battle to stop construction off the coast of a Hamptons hamlet has nothing to do with unsightly wind turbines.
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Are California oil companies complying with the law? Even regulators often don't know

This oil and gas regulatory agency was given more resources to protect the public and environment. But with its “useless” record-keep...
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20 hotspots to start fixing nitrogen pollution in agriculture

Surplus nitrogen from farm fertilizer contaminates drinking water, creates dead zones, and contributes to climate change. A new study pinpoints p...
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President Biden is crafting a plan to quickly and deeply cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions

Democrats and scientists say the U.S. needs to dramatically lower the pollution driving climate change, while Republicans say that will harm the ...
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Infrastructure plan seeks to address climate and equality as well as roads

The proposal being prepared by the White House is intended to begin grappling with a number of big issues that President Biden focused on during ...
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The ‘old American dream,’ a trap as the floods keep coming

In Houston’s poorest neighborhoods, an unfamiliar winter storm stoked a familiar anguish, one fueled by recurring floods and what residents...
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Democrats get a second chance on climate

A decade ago, Democrats missed a golden opportunity to address the climate crisis. But if they can learn from that mistake, the next chance may n...
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Major climate polluters accused of greenwashing with sports sponsorship

Polluting industries are pouring hundreds of millions of pounds into sports sponsorship in an attempt to "sports-wash" their role in th...
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FOIA docs raise questions about interference in wind project

Federal regulators were close to approving the first major offshore wind project in the U.S. almost two years ago, according to internal document...
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Migrants are heading north to the US because Guatemala and Honduras haven’t recovered from storm damage

Republicans are eager to decry a "Biden border crisis." But the current wave of migration at the southern border is the result of a hum...
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Surprising study finds sharks are key to restoring damaged habitats, fighting climate change

Following a major heat wave that damaged the seagrass meadows of Shark Bay, Australia, researchers modeled how a lack of tiger sharks would affec...
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