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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.

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Ahead of Paris Climate Talks, U.S. Promises Up To 28% Emissions Cut by 2025

The White House hopes the pledge will create momentum on the road to Paris.

EPA Chief: Keystone Won’t Be A 'Disaster for the Climate'

Gina McCarthy suggested that no single issue would wreck the climate.

What Should Nations Pledge Ahead of Paris?

This week marks an important step on the road to climate talks in Paris. 

For Environmentalists, Reid an Ally Unlikely to Be Replaced

With Harry Reid departing as the Senate's most powerful Democrat, environmental groups are applauding his green record, mourning the loss of a key ally, and watching warily for who will take his...

Republicans With a College Degree Are Less Likely to Worry About Global Warming

Education appears to deepen the divide between Democrats and Republicans over climate change.

Marco Rubio and Rand Paul Said Congress Shouldn't Act on Climate Change—But 5 Republicans Disagreed

Two Democrats, on the other hand, voted with the GOP.

Obama’s Air Pollution Regulations Are Facing a Major Test at the Supreme Court

The court could upend a key part of the president's environmental legacy.

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