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The World’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions in One Graphic

A new interactive graphic shows the greenhouse gas emissions for every country in the world.

Hawaii, Vermont Set Ambitious Examples for Renewables

The two states are leading the U.S. with ambitious new standards governing their electricity supplies.

Study: Water Use Skyrockets as Fracking Expands

Oil and gas fracking uses more and more water each year, but it varies widely from region to region.

The U.S., Brazil and China All Set Major Climate Goals

The U.S., Brazil and China all stepped up their climate commitments in a flurry of activity.

Water Use Declining as Natural Gas Grows

Explore how water use for power generation has been changing, state-by-state, since 2005.

Supreme Court Blocks EPA Rule on Mercury Emissions

The court ruled that the EPA did not properly account for the financial impact on power plants and consumers.

EU Ministers Seek Binding Deal at Paris Climate Talks

European Union ministers are seeking an ambitious, durable and legally binding deal to curb global warming.

Google to Convert Coal Power Plant to Data Center

Technology company says it will open 14th data center that will be powered with 100 percent renewable energy.

Three Ways The World’s Power Mix Is About To Change

The world is about see big changes in power generation. Here's what you need to know.

Dutch Court Issues Landmark Ruling to Curb Emissions

A district court ordered the Dutch government to cut greenhouse gas emissions faster than currently planned.

African Utility Companies Struggle to Stay On the Grid

Sub-Saharan Africa needs a more reliable energy supply. The way it chooses to meet that need will affect the entire planet.

New Rules Would Cut Emissions From Buses, Big Rigs

Rules proposed Friday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency would make big rigs much more efficient.

States See Renewable Future in Offshore Wind Farms

Developers and government officials are optimistic offshore wind farms could spread along U.S. coastlines.

Big Batteries, Energy Storage Key to Renewables’ Future

Experts say utility-sized batteries will help make renewable energy a bigger part of the U.S. power grid.

New Research Projects Could Revitalize Nuclear Power

The U.S. Department of Energy is betting that $60 million in research could breathe new life into nuclear energy.

Pope Francis’ Letter on Climate Change Leaked Early

Pope Francis's much-anticipated climate change encyclical was leaked early by an Italian paper.

With Record Boost, UK Leads Europe in Solar Power

UK leads European solar energy expansion to help renewables overtake output of nuclear power.

EPA Takes Step Toward Regulating Airline Emissions

The U.S. EPA took its first steps Wednesday toward regulating greenhouse gas emissions from commercial airplanes.

Scientists Call for Halt to Canadian Oil Sands Expansion

One hundred scientists on Wednesday said further oil sands development isn’t compatible with stabilizing the climate.

G7 Carbon Goal May Come Too Late, Scientists Say

Leading climate scientists say the G7's decarbonization goal may be too little, too late.

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Forecast Temperature Changes by 2100 A look at how U.S. temperatures are projected to change given two emission scenarios.

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