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bundle of energy

U.S. likely to become a major energy exporter in a decade

But the outlook for meeting emissions targets doesn’t look promising.

On hire ground

China plans to create 13 million clean energy jobs by 2020.

The country has announced that it will invest $361 billion in renewable energy through the end of the decade.

California droughtin'

Drought doesn’t just mean less water — it also means more pollution.

During California's recent drought, hydropower was way down, so utilities burned a lot more natural gas.

'nuff said

For the last time, warming is not slowing down!

If you've heard that climate change is on hiatus, guess again.

not-so-incredible bulk

Washington state has blocked plans for the nation’s biggest coal export terminal.

The decision deals a stiff blow to the Northwest’s besieged fossil fuel industry and marks a win for local climate activists and tribes.

Go further north

Ford is revving up its plans for electric and driverless vehicles.

The automaker is cancelling plans for a $1.6 billion factory in Mexico, instead investing $700 million in an existing plant in Michigan.

wake up already

What’s the most overlooked but important issue of the year?

Affordable housing is a national problem in need of a national solution.

it bears repeating

Trump would be giving up a big presidential power if he abolished new national monuments.

No U.S. president has ever overturned a prior monument, but conservatives will fight tooth and nail to make that happen.

Caught Out Here

Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources is now pretending not to know about climate change.

They even decapitalized “Earth,” which is just rude.