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We can better understand our electricity use -- as a country and at home -- if we break it down by sector and category.
No American region has been exempt from the possibility of mass power outages.
After Obama's climate pledge, is the Export-Import Bank finally changing its stance on fossil fuel projects?
Two college graduates set out by cycle to meet the women reshaping our food system.
On the subject of curb parking, everyone seems to have a story -- and what the stories reveal is surprisingly important to the future of our cities.
Chapter 9 bankruptcy is not the end of the road for a post-industrial city still in flux.
Liz Cheney says Obama's climate plan is "using phony science to kill real jobs."
Large power plants are stuck in a terrible cycle.
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