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Scientists Have Mixed Opinions on Flat CO2 Emissions

Scientists have mixed opinions about whether stagnant global energy-related CO2 emissions are a trend.

Cities Could Be Ideal for Utility-Scale Solar Plants

Cities may be ideal for major solar power development, though they're often overlooked, a new study says.

Will Natural Gas Dim Solar’s Shine?

As natural gas booms, renewable energy proponents wonder if it will hurt or help solar power.

Energy Bombshell: CO2 Emissions Stabilized in 2014

The International Energy Agency says global energy-related CO2 emissions were flat in 2014.

Wind Could Power 35 Percent of U.S. Electricity by 2050

A Department of Energy report says the U.S. could get more than a third of its electricity from wind turbines by 2050

Public Lands May Be America’s Best Climate Defense

National forests, parks and other public lands play a major role in America's defense against climate change.

Four Countries Eclipse EU Renewable Goals Early

Four European Union countries have already surpassed their 2020 clean energy goals.

Artificial Photosynthesis Closer to Boosting Renewables

Caltech scientists think they have made another step toward creating energy from artificial photosynthesis.

Cleaner Power Needed to Make Electric Cars Greener

The world must make electricity more climate-friendly, or it may not be able to meet its climate goals.

Solar Energy Jobs Growing By Leaps and Bounds

The solar power industry saw a nearly 22 percent jump in employment in 2014 with hiring expected to continue.

Sunny Side East: Solar Takes Off in Eastern U.S.

North Carolina is overtaking California for most utility-scale solar farms being developed.

Carbon Pricing Pays the Way for Cleaner Energy

Leading cap-and-trade programs are spending billions on clean energy and other climate programs.

Largest Offshore Wind Farm Approved for UK Coast

The project is expected to generate enough electricity to power nearly 2 million homes, supporting 900 jobs.

Last Tango for Nuclear?

The U.S. nuclear power industry’s three-step: Revival, long goodbye or state-aided life support.

Paris Talks Won’t Achieve 2°C Goal: Does That Matter?

As U.N. delegates gather for talks in Geneva, some worry that the next climate agreement will fall short.

U.S. No. 2 to China in Clean Energy Investments in 2014

A new Bloomberg report shows that clean energy investments in the U.S. are growing again.

Climate Calculator Lets You Create a New World

A new global calculator let's the average Joe be world leader for a day to determine our future climate.

Feds Opening Waters to Largest U.S. Offshore Wind Farm

A landmark wind rights auction will open up the largest offshore wind development area in the U.S.

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?

California Takes Lead In Developing Energy Storage

California is quickly becoming a leader in renewable energy storage development in the U.S.

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Spring Comes Early Across the U.S. The Lower 48 as a whole had an average shift of "first leaf" from March 20 to March 17 is approximately 3 days earlier.

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