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Opponents of California's AB 32 rail against a law that doesn’t exist

Supporters of Prop 23 in California are citing bogus research when they criticize California's climate law, AB 32.

Gubernatorial tutorial: What's at stake in your governor's race?

Tennessee governor's race: Haslam vs. McWherter

Republican Bill Haslam, likely winner of Tennessee's gubernatorial race, hails from the oil biz but has a track record of supporting clean energy.

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Electric cars expected to struggle for next decade

Electric cars are about to take the plunge into the market. But it doesn't look like they're going to make much of a splash for awhile. A long while.

The Climate Desk

Google exec explains Atlantic offshore wind investment [AUDIO]

Alison Stewart of PBS spoke with the dir. of green business operations for Google about Google's plan to invest $200M in a network for wind energy.

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Pooping out plastic not a painful process

Crap -- it's so versatile! It can heat your house, fertilize your garden, and power the grid. And now creative types have squeezed another use out of this universal human product -- turning it into a nontoxic plastic. We sh*t …

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U.S. solar boom requires policy and money (not sunshine), says report

Germany became the world's solar stronghold by rewarding homeowners, businesses, and farmers for generating their own electricity. The U.S. could grow at a similar clip -- with the right policy.

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Getting down to business on climate change

There is evidence the cutting edge of economic transformation will come not from Washington, but from the business sector.

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Art Pope's millions fund climate change denial

An investigation by Facing South finds that the Koch brothers, have a valuable ally in North Carolina: conservative benefactor Art Pope.

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Most products claiming to be green are living in sin

A new survey shows that greenwashing is as rampant as ever--more than 95 percent of the products analyzed weren't as green as they said they were.