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Worst Class on Climate Change

"Today's top story – the returning Congress is one of the worst classes in history on climate change." With Congress back in session and climate ...

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Hundreds of Local Businesses Send-off Senator Collins with Clean Power Plan in Mind

Before members of the Senate return to Washington following August recess, Maine environmental organizations, energy experts, and local lobstermen gathered outside of Senator Susan Collins’ ...

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Charlottesville Citizens and Environmental Groups Hold a Rally in Support of the Clean Power Plan

Virginians are already experiencing the impacts of climate change -- from more extreme weather to rising sea levels. On September 6th, concerned Virginia citizens and ...

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National Baptist Convention Climate Lunch

At the 134th Annual Session of the National Baptist Convention, Reverend Alvin Love spoke to a crowd of 200 National Baptist Ministers about the impacts ...

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Kalamazoo Climate Panel

Kalamazoo Mayor Bobby Hopewell hosted a panel discussion with local business and community leaders to discuss plans to make Kalamazoo greener. Participants heavily advocated clean ...

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Huge Turnout for Climate Action Labor Day Parade in Downtown Detroit

In Detroit, Michigan, Union members and volunteers from Michigan Clean Water Action and Metro Detroit AFL-CIO hosted a Labor Day parade supporting climate action and ...

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Global Climate Inaction Will Mean Economic Turmoil for South Asia, Warns Bank

The first comprehensive study ever issued on the economic costs that uncontrolled climate change would inflict on South Asia predicts a staggering burden that would ...

More reasons why FirstEnergy should disclose its energy-efficiency data

The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio hasn't yet ruled on FirstEnergy Corp.'s bid to keep secret some of its energy-efficiency data. The Akron-based electric utility's ...

Energy Efficiency in the Clean Power Plan

In its proposed Carbon Pollution Standards for Existing Power Plants (also called the Clean Power Plan), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposes a unique 2030 ...

Those Koch Attacks Are Working

When Harry Reid began attacking the billionaire Koch brothers, plenty of political pros wondered what game the Democratic leader was playing. Now that his strategy ...

Atlantans Spoke Out at EPA Hearing in Favor of Carbon Emissions Limits

The numbers are in. Atlanta along with Washington, DC, boasted the highest attendance of four national hearings hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ...

Is Climate Change Coverage Evolving in Big Media?

One of the biggest barriers to addressing climate change is "spin" - how the news media does or doesn't cover it and how PR firms ...

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