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Canada Supreme Court rules federal carbon tax is constitutional

In rejecting a request from some provinces to strike down national carbon pricing, the court declared that the measure meets an important nationa...
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American Petroleum Institute supports paying a carbon tax on oil, gas

The American Petroleum Institute, the top oil and gas lobbying group, backed the idea of carbon pricing, provided the Biden administration puts a...
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Why companies' 'net-zero' emissions pledges should trigger a healthy dose of skepticism

CEOs, including at oil companies and airlines, are making net-zero pledges while planning to still produce carbon emissions for decades to come.
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Where £100 can make you a solar entrepreneur

A non-profit energy cooperative based in Bath, England shows the vast potential of grassroots green energy.
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The ‘green energy’ that might be ruining the planet

The biomass industry is warming up the South's economy, but many experts worry it's doing the same to the climate. Will the Biden Admin...
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Democrats want to use the Congressional Review Act to reinstate methane rules

Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer announced Thursday he is backing an effort to restore Environmental Protection Agency requirements mean...
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How pro-fracking columnist Greg Kozera won over West Virginia’s newspapers

Greg Kozera’s weekly column glorifies natural gas and can reach hundreds of thousands of readers throughout shale country. The industry als...
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Mass. Gov. Baker plans to sign landmark climate bill into law

After months of back and forth with the legislature, Gov. Baker says he's ready to sign a new wide-ranging climate bill into law.
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Wind industry warns not building enough to curb global warming

The world's wind power industry is falling far short of installing the capacity needed to limit global warming, a report by the Global Wind ...
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Why riders abandoning buses and trains is a problem for climate change

Public transit offers a simple way for cities to lower greenhouse gas emissions, but the pandemic has pushed ridership, and revenue, off a cliff ...
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Recent East Kenthucky floods show that climate change is accelerating

Much of Eastern Kentucky is still coming up for air after widespread flooding submerged much of the region under several feet of water in early M...
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Well that was fast: Volkswagen quickly catching up to Tesla

This is a big month for Volkswagen's aspiration to become the leading maker of electric vehicles. The all-electric ID.4, a compact SUV that ...
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