Which is what you might call a mixed blessing.
Republicans were not dissuaded by the EPA's concerns that cutting the minor program would affect its ability to monitor greenhouse gases.
The Department of Energy's decision to award millions in grants to explore accessing natural gas reserves is bad news.
Reuters bungles basic math, claiming Chevy loses $49,000 for every Volt it sells. Wrong: Allow us to explain using some sort of odd analogy about baskets.
What is New York City doing to prevent disasters brought on by climate change and rising seas? Not enough so far.
His advocacy, according to Bloomberg, "risked almost as much federal money as was lost when Solyndra LLC went bankrupt."
Plus Texas. And Virginia.
Grist classifieds: Gulf oil fields, barely used, motivated British seller.
Americans rank climate low on the list of foreign-policy priorities. Even strengthening the U.N. ranks higher.
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