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January 20, 2015

Stanford Professors Urge Withdrawal From Fossil Fuel Investments

Faculty members call on university to recognize urgency of climate change and divest from all oil, coal and gas companies.

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January 20, 2015

Leave Fossil Fuels Buried to Prevent Climate Change, Study Urges

New research identifies which reserves must not be burned to keep global temperature rise under 2 degrees Celsius.

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January 20, 2015

The Real Reason U.S. Gas Is So Cheap Is Americans Don’t Pay the True Cost of Driving

A gas tax that fully corrected for the social impact of car reliance would upend life as we know it.

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This coal-fired power plant in Indiana is owned by Duke Energy, which has the biggest carbon footprint of any power company in the country. Duke Energy/Flickr
July 14, 2015

America’s Dirtiest Power Companies, Ranked

A new report says carbon pollution from the power sector is declining, but not fast enough.

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July 10, 2015

Here’s Why All the Bees Are Dying

Bees are essential for life as we know it, but we’re wiping them out.

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July 8, 2015

Solar Power Is Mostly for the Affluent. Here’s Obama’s Plan to Spread the Wealth Around.

Low-income households account for less than 5 percent of rooftop solar power.

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Susan Walsh/AP
June 18, 2015

We Asked Climate Deniers What They Think of the Pope. Here’s What They Said.

Pope Francis is calling for action on global warming, and skeptics like James Inhofe aren’t happy.

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