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What Did Tom Steyer Say When He Met David Koch for the First Time?

Koch chatted amiably with Steyer and the two posed for pictures at the Aspen Ideas Festival.

U.S. Touts Role In Bringing China and Paris To Table On Climate Talks

As big polluters make pledges, the Paris agreement comes into focus.


Why the Supreme Court Could Spell Trouble For Obama’s Agenda

Monday's ruling could compel agencies to take costs into account when deciding to regulate.

Supreme Court Deals Blow to Obama Environmental Agenda

In 5-4 decision, Court overturns rules on toxic emissions from power plants.

Here’s House Republicans’ Plan To Fight California’s Drought

Can Congress find common ground to help the West this time?

UN Climate Chief to Big Oil: Talk Isn’t Enough

The official trying to shepherd a new global climate pact tells six companies that the world 'wants to be proud of your actions.'

The Government Tells You How to Eat Healthy, But Should It Tell You How to Eat Green?

House Republicans are looking to limit federal food advice to "diet and nutrient intake," and keep their sustainability thoughts to themselves.

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