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Europe Reaches Climate Deal, Sends Message

The European Union plans to reduce its greenhouse gas pollution to 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030.

Massachusetts, California Lead U.S. In Energy Efficiency

Massachusetts and California lead the U.S. in energy efficiency, according to annual ranking.

What’s The Deal With Europe’s Climate Talks?

European Union will decide this week how hard the continent will work to slow global warming.

Polar Vortex Spiked U.S. CO2 Emissions in 2013

The polar vortex spurred a spike in CO2 emissions in 2013 as people cranked up their heat last winter.

Regulations Could Douse North Dakota Gas Flares

New regulations in North Dakota aim to reduce CO2 emissions from flaring natural gas wells.

LEDs are a Bright Idea Whose Time Has Come

LEDs could help slow global warming and illuminate the developing world. Now that's worth a Nobel Prize.

Evidence Connects Quakes to Oil, Natural Gas Boom

Flurry of recent studies show that earthquakes are a side effect of the U.S. oil and gas boom.

Scientists: EPA Underestimating Renewables Potential

Electricity in the U.S. can be a lot more climate-friendly than the Obama administration expects it to be, a new report says.

Fish Fail to Adapt to Rising CO2 Levels: Study

Rising CO2 levels could spell disaster for certain fish species according to recent research.

New ‘Slurry’ Could Make Carbon Capture More Efficient

A special “slurry” could make carbon capture and storage more efficient and cost-effective.

Huge Methane Emissions ‘Hot Spot’ Found in U.S.

A satellite has detected a huge methane emissions hot spot over a Southwest U.S. natural gas field.

Study: Renewables As Green As You’d Expect

Future wind and solar projects and metals used to build them will have a low environmental impact, study says.

Drought Dries Up California Hydropower

Normally, 20 percent of California’s power comes from hydroelectric sources. But not anymore.

World’s First Carbon Capture Power Plant Switches On

Canada's commercial CCS plant held up and proved that coal-burning is compatible with cutting emissions.

Is The World’s Main Climate Goal Misguided?

Two scientists say the world needs new climate goals. The proposal is not being well received.

MIT: Global Energy Use, CO2 May Double By 2100

Fossil fuels will remain largest source of GHGs by 2100 as global energy use and CO2 emissions double.

Fracking Emissions Fall; Texas Still King of GHGs

New EPA data show fracking methane emissions fell in 2013, but coal pollution is on the rise again.

Climate Impact of Soot Is Exaggerated, Study Says

Global warming efforts should focus on CO2, not soot particles known as black carbon, says a Norwegian team.

The Fuel You Use For Heating Depends on Where You Live

How you heat your home depends a lot on where you live, and it has implications on your carbon footprint.

Study: Natural Gas Reliance Impediment to Renewables

A new study suggests that U.S. reliance on natural gas is an impediment to developing wind and solar power.

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