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Obama And Modi Are Buddies, But Will The Climate Care?

U.S.-India relations are warmer now than they've been in a long time. Can that help slow global warming?

Scientists Find Which Coral Reefs Will Survive Warming

Study shows which parts of the Great Barrier Reef & others can bounce back from mass bleaching events.

Boston’s Got Gas as Methane Seeps from City

Boston's methane emissions from aging pipes and other sources may be more than double official estimates.

U.S. Coal Declines, Bucks Global Trend

U.S. coal production may be declining partly because of the market and partly because of climate policy.

7 Things To Know About the EPA’s Methane Limits

Seven things to know about the EPA's plan to cap methane emissions from oil and gas wells.

EPA Plans Oil and Gas Methane Emissions Cuts

The Obama administration is planning to slash oil and gas methane emissions 45 percent below 2012 levels.

EPA Moves to Count Methane Emissions from Fracking

EPA proposal would require energy companies to report GHG emissions from oil well fracking.

EPA Chief: Weather, Climate Scientists’ Work Is ‘Essential’

Weather and climate scientists are key to climate change communication, EPA administrator says.

EPA to Create CO2-Slashing Plan for States That Won’t

EPA to create CO2-slashing model for states that won't comply with Clean Power Plan.

Tropical Forests Play Huge Role in Inhaling Emissions

Tropical forests may absorb one-third of human fossil fuel emissions, a new study says.

U.S. at Brink of Turning Point in Energy

Oil prices and advancements in renewables in 2014 set the scene for a major turning point in energy in 2015.

Green Bonds May Help Limit Effects of Climate Change

Green bonds are drawing increased attention for financing projects that provide climate benefits.

Cheap Gas May Not Mean More Driving This Winter

Cheap gasoline may not mean people will drive more this winter, a new EIA report says.

NY Fracking Ban Divides Experts on Climate Impacts

Experts are divided on how the New York high-volume fracking ban will affect the climate.

Electric Cars a Mixed Bag For Health, Climate

New study shows that electric vehicles' environmental friendliness depends on where the electricity comes from.

Trillions and Quadrillions: Numbers Tell U.S. Energy Story

New interactive map shows how energy production in U.S. has grown since 1993.

6 Degrees: Warming Rates, Robots, Heating Costs & More

From warming rates to robotic floats, stay current on climate with the top news of the week.

Low Oil Prices May Bode Ill For Climate

Low oil prices means people will drive more and buy less efficient vehicles, increasing CO2 emissions.

‘Nuff Said: CO2 Emissions Plan Moves to Next Step

The Obama administration's plan to cut CO2 emissions moves to next step.

Pipeline Crunch Could Keep Northeast’s Heating Bills High

New Yorkers and Bostonians will pay higher natural gas prices this winter because of a pipeline crunch.

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