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The administration is close to releasing new safety standards for Arctic drilling. What should they look like?
New reserach predicts that international negotiations to address global warming will fall flat.
The latest round of U.S. sanctions against Russia could have unintended consequences.
A new push asks federal budget writers to factor climate change risk into long-term forecasts.
A patchwork of state science standards has left the door open for climate denial to get equal airtime in schools.
Should the U.S. use its diplomatic muscle to sway energy policy abroad?
A recent push aims to use financial levers to yield green results. But will it work?
A recent Commerce Department decision has energy analysts speculating over the future of crude exports.
The future of EPA regulations to curb carbon emissions from power plants may depend on the willingness of future administrations to uphold them.
The unexpected defeat of Eric Cantor has set off a leadership shuffle in the lower chamber that could have implications for energy policy.