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The U.S. is cutting carbon emissions despite Trump policy

by Jed Kim Sep 12, 2018
A coalition of elected officials and business leaders sees progress toward Paris climate agreement targets.
Emissions spew out of a large stack at the coal-fired Morgantown Generating Station in 2014 in Newburg, Maryland.
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Big oil is seeking public trust

by Scott Tong Mar 10, 2017
The corporate world seems on track to address the issue of climate change even as the Trump administration questions much of the research around its validity. Shell corporation says it’s not just boosting its renewable investments to $1 billion, it’s…

Don't expect greenhouse gas emissions to change

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Apr 14, 2014
Al Gore warned us. Did we listen? A little.

Climate change policy: Tech winners and losers

by Molly Wood Jun 25, 2013
President Obama will announce a plan on Tuesday designed to push forward his administration's goals on confronting climate change. Which technologies will get the go-ahead?
The New Petro-State?

U.S., Mexico have lowest gas, carbon taxes in rich world

by Scott Tong Jan 28, 2013
Among the world's most developed countries, Turkey and the Netherlands tax gas and carbon use at the highest rate; the U.S., Mexico and Canada tax carbon and gas at the lowest rates.

Federal court affirms EPA authority

by Scott Tong Jun 27, 2012
The U.S. Appeals Court ruling empowering the EPA to regulate greenhouse gas emissions could deal another blow to the slumping coal industry.

Teens sue federal government over climate change

by Eve Troeh May 11, 2012
A group of teenagers is taking the U.S. government to court for not responding to climate change. Can individuals really use the government?

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EPA announces new carbon pollution rules

by Sarah Gardner Mar 27, 2012
The new regulations for power plants will reinforce market realities.
Easy Sustainability Answers

Should cars get grades on fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions? Would a grade make you think differently about buying a new car?

by Adriene Hill Aug 30, 2010
Easy Answer: The EPA has proposed new labels for cars that include a letter grade for fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions. The grading scale...