US Emissions of the World’s Most Potent Greenhouse Gas Are 56 Percent Higher Than EPA Estimates, a New Study Shows

Electric utilities are likely responsible for the nation’s higher than expected emissions of sulfur hexafluoride.

Phil McKenna - 02-01-2023

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Greener School Playgrounds Are An Overlooked Climate Solution

Sustainable playgrounds are not talked about enough.

Nexus Media - 02-01-2023

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Microgrids Can Provide Resiliency During Extreme Weather Events

Microgrids are small, self-sustaining local power systems that provide big benefits to the communities they serve.

Sonal Patel - 02-01-2023


Calls for Windfall Tax Grow as ExxonMobil Smashes Big Oil Profit Record With $56 Billion Haul

ExxonMobil reported record 2022 earnings, renewing calls for a Big Oil windfall profits tax.

Brett Wilkins - 02-01-2023

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One-in-five new cars in California zero-emission in 2022

On Friday the California Energy Commission said 18.8 percent of new cars sold in the state in 2022 were EVs - 01-24-2023

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The Fight Over California’s Ancient Water

It’s legal to drink 10,000-year-old water. But is it right?

Brett Simpson - 01-24-2023

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Geothermal energy could be off-ramp for Texas oil

Four years of drilling for energy deep underground would be enough to build Texas a carbon-free state electric grid

Saul Elbein - 01-24-2023

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A plan to overhaul the Texas grid has set up a showdown at the state Capitol

The plan would raise prices and carbon dioxide emissions, and critics say it may not bring reliability.

Kut Mose Buchele - 01-24-2023

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A zero emissions future without the mining boom

A new report finds that the U.S. can reduce lithium demand by up to 90 percent.

Blanca Berget & Laylla Younes - 01-24-2023