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Trump Picks Strident Foe of EPA to Lead the EPA

President-elect Donald Trump has chosen climate science denier Scott Pruitt to run the EPA.

Google Plans to Be 100 Percent Renewable Next Year

Google is the biggest buyer of renewable energy in the world, and it has plans to go even further in 2017.

Protection of Public Lands Cast in Doubt

Donald Trump’s election portends a shift in how one of America’s bulwarks against climate change will be protected.

Sticking to 1.5°C Limit Would Protect World Economy

Limiting rising temperatures would avoid economic losses of $12 trillion, a new report says.

Trump Could Ignite ‘Dramatic’ Reversal on Clean Energy

Trump’s pledges to abolish clean energy measures could have "major consequences" as renewables surge.

States May Drive U.S. Climate Policy Under Trump

Donald Trump could scrap the Obama administration’s plans to combat climate change once he takes office.

U.S. Designates Electric Vehicle Charging Corridors

The federal government is designating 48 electric vehicle charging corridors along major U.S. highways.

Sewage Plants Overlooked Source of CO2

Wastewater treatment plants may emit up to 23 percent more greenhouse gas than previously thought.

Climate on the Ballot in Washington and Florida

Voters in two states will weigh in on climate-related ballot measures that could reverberate across the country.

New Oil Discoveries Largely Unaffected by Paris Pact

Climate change is unlikely to affect development of large crude oil discoveries — at least for now.

Renewables Poised for Rapid Growth Worldwide

Renewable energy is expected to be the source of about 28 percent of the world’s electricity by 2021.

U.S. Energy Shakeup Continues as Solar Capacity Triples

Solar power capacity in the U.S. is poised to nearly triple in size in less than three years by 2017.

Scientists Warn Negative Emissions Are a ‘Moral Hazard’

Removing carbon emissions from the atmosphere to prevent global warming is a fool’s game, scientists say.

Record Warmth Helps Shrink U.S. Carbon Emissions

Energy related carbon dioxide emissions hit their lowest point since 1991 during the first six months of 2016.

Climate Letters to the Future That Should Inspire You Now

DearTomorrow is archiving letters to the future about climate change to inspire action in the present.

Greenhouse Gases From Reservoirs Fuel Climate Change

Reservoirs are responsible for 1.3 percent of global man-made greenhouse gas emissions, a study says.

Appeals Court Mulls Challenge to Clean Power Plan

The legal challenge to the Clean Power Plan was argued in federal appeals court on Tuesday.

The Biggest Loser in Last Night’s Debate? Climate Change

Climate change was a missed opportunity during the first presidential debate on Monday night.

Clean Power Plan Faces Appeals Court Showdown

Legal challenges to the Clean Power Plan will be argued in a federal appeals court Tuesday.

Climate Central’s ‘Pulp Fiction’ Wins National Award

Climate Central’s groundbreaking series Pulp Fiction won the Online News Association award for explanatory journalism.

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Carbon Capture and Sequestration off the NJ Coast A demonstration of the process of carbon capture and sequestration for the proposed PurGen plant in Linden, NJ

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