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Clare Foran is an energy reporter at National Journal. Her writing has appeared in The Atlantic Cities, Philadelphia City Paper and NPR's science and technology blog, All Tech Considered. Clare is originally from Buffalo, N.Y., and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in History.

Latest From Clare Foran

Jeb Bush is All Over the Place on Climate Change

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The Political Fight to Serve Your Kids Milk at School

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The Environmental Case for President Obama’s Trade Deal

Officials are working to convince the public that a sweeping trade deal will help the planet.

House Republicans Slash NASA Earth-Science Budget

A spending bill facing a vote in a House committee would cut money for earth science and climate research.

The White House Has A Plan to Save America’s Dying Honeybees

Obama is worried about our nation's butterflies and bees, and hopes new action can help.

Endangered Species Act Gets A Makeover

The administration is fighting back against criticism that states don't get enough say under the law.

Outlook: McConnell Juggles FISA, Trade, Highway Bills Before Recess

The Senate is trying to finish three bills—two with looming deadlines—before the week is over.

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