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Clean Power Plan Exempts Major CO2 Emitters

The Clean Power Plan may allow some coal-fired power plants to operate without having to slash CO2.

Climate Impact on Vermont May Have Benefits

Vermont is getting warmer and wetter, according to the first state-level climate assessment in the nation.

Map Shows Energy Installations In Extreme Weather’s Path

Energy Information Administration's online energy map shows infrastructure in path of extreme weather.

Clean Power Plan Follows Uneven CO2 Emissions Trend

The EPA's proposed Clean Power Plan follows many ups and downs in power plant CO2 emissions.

Global Renewables Report Card, Map Highlight China

New renewables status report shows China is beating the U.S. in renewables investments.

EPA Aims To Slash Power Plant CO2 by 30 Percent

Obama aims to slash CO2 pollution from the electric power sector by 30 percent below 2005 levels by 2030.

CO2 Monitoring Could Be ‘Space-Based’ in Future

Measuring CO2 emissions from coal-fired power plants and other sources could be entering the space age.

The Navajo Nation’s Shifting Sands of Climate Change

Few other places in the West exemplify the changes brought about by climate change more than the Navajo Nation.

Climate Change Could Warp Rails With ‘Sun Kinks’

Heat waves made worse by climate change could warp railroad tracks with sun kinks, causing derailments.

Summer Reading for the Climate Crowd

Need to keep your edge in this summer of sweat and torpor? This summer reading list can help.

Here Are 5 National Landmarks Facing Climate Threats

A new report looks at the U.S. cultural heritage sites most threatened by rising seas, wildfires, and storms.

IEA Graphic Shows How to Radically Reduce CO2

The IEA's fascinating graphic shows how radically CO2 emissions need to be reduced by 2050.

Climate Change Poses Growing Threat of Arctic Conflict

Former military officers says prospect of ice-free Arctic has set off scramble for natural resources.

‘Catastrophe’ Claim Adds Fuel to Methane Debate

A new Cornell study paints a bleak picture if natural gas methane emissions are not curbed quickly.

Great Barriers: Reefs First Line of Coastal Defense

Coral reefs are an amazingly effective first line of defense for coastal communities.

Can We Talk About the New NCA Website?

The message of the latest federal climate assessment is important but so is the presentation.

Dam It: Feds Say U.S. Can Double Hydropower

Study suggests U.S. rivers are troves of untapped hydropower potential that could combat climate change.

Fracking Company Considers Revealing Secret Chemicals

Oil and gas services company Baker Hughes says it will disclose 100 percent of its fracking fluid chemicals.

Carbon Capture Faces Hurdles of Will, Not Technology

Development of carbon dioxide storage projects faces roadblocks of political will, not technology, scientists say.

Okla. Utilities Hit Homes Using Solar With Extra Fee

A new law in Oklahoma will require utilities to charge a fee to anyone using rooftop solar panels.

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Winter Precipitation Trends While every region of the country has seen a rise in winter temperatures, precipitation trends paint a more varied picture.