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Nestle Is Using Chocolate to Power a Factory

The confectionery giant creates electricity with chocolate, sugar, and starch.

What's the Fate of State Clean-Energy Laws?

Twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia now have renewable-energy standards on the books. But the fate of the laws is unclear. 

 

Is This Congressman Trying to Name a Climate Denial Theory After Himself?

That thing when changing magnetic fields affect the weather? Yeah, that's the Stockman Effect.

Oil Change

As a producer, the United States is gaining on the kings of crude.

The Audacity of John Podesta

He's driving the White House's go-it-alone climate strategy, but will any of it stick after the president is gone? 

The Koch Brothers' Next Frontier

Republicans at the state and local levels are greener than the national party, but perhaps not for long.

MoveOn Warns Clinton: Back Keystone, Lose Your Base

The controversial oil-sands pipeline is cropping up in the nascent 2016 battle for the White House. 

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Nestle Is Using Chocolate to Power a Factory

The confectionery giant creates electricity with chocolate, sugar, and starch.

What's the Fate of State Clean-Energy Laws?

Twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia now have renewable-energy standards on the books. But the fate of the laws is unclear. 

 

Is This Congressman Trying to Name a Climate Denial Theory After Himself?

That thing when changing magnetic fields affect the weather? Yeah, that's the Stockman Effect.

The Audacity of John Podesta

He's driving the White House's go-it-alone climate strategy, but will any of it stick after the president is gone? 

The Koch Brothers' Next Frontier

Republicans at the state and local levels are greener than the national party, but perhaps not for long.

MoveOn Warns Clinton: Back Keystone, Lose Your Base

The controversial oil-sands pipeline is cropping up in the nascent 2016 battle for the White House. 

2014 Is on Track to Become the Hottest Year on Record

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says this October is the warmest ever measured.

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