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Interactive: Powering the Nation with Wind

Interactive: Powering the Nation with Wind

Only five states (Washington, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Utah) have installed more than one percent of their potential wind energy generation.… Read More

Interactive Map Compares States’ Renewable Energy Goals

Interactive Map Compares States’ Renewable Energy Goals

While the basic idea of an RPS is the same throughout all of the states, no two states have the same exact RPS.… Read More

Heat Wave Continues, With Record Warm Overnight Lows

Heat Wave Continues, With Record Warm Overnight Lows

To allow you to explore the recent record warm low temperatures, as well as trends going back at least a decade, Climate Central data journalist David Kroodsma created this interactive.… Read More

What’s Normal Weather, Anyway?

What’s Normal Weather, Anyway?

Climate Central's new interactive graphic lets you explore the new definition of "normal weather."… Read More

Track the Nation’s Rivers: Missouri River Floods and Southern Drought

Track the Nation’s Rivers: Missouri River Floods and Southern Drought

In Lano, Texas, the town’s sole source of water, the spring-fed Lano River, is expected to soon run dry.… Read More

Exploring Fuel Efficiency: How Much Are You Spending on Gas?

Exploring Fuel Efficiency: How Much Are You Spending on Gas?

We have developed a tool to help you determine the costs of driving your car or truck, including how much carbon dioxide (CO2) your vehicle produces.… Read More

Small Modular Reactors: Safer and Cheaper?

Small Modular Reactors: Safer and Cheaper?

On top of this, how much it will cost to build enough power plants to make a dent in global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions is uncertain — especially if Fukushima leads to tougher safety regulations.… Read More

Interactive Maps: Worldwide Nuclear Power

Interactive Maps: Worldwide Nuclear Power

Another fact shown by the graphics is that although many countries have proposed or are planning to construct nuclear power plants, only China is aggressively building.… Read More