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The Leader in Energy and Environment News
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    Beijing plans to cut its coal use by 5 million tons by 2020.

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    Thousands of cockroaches emerged from a Philadelphia sewer drain yesterday, covering an entire street in a single massive swarm and horrifying local residents.

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    Every new home in South Miami — and some undergoing large-scale renovation — will have to install solar panels under a new ordinance passed by the city commission.

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    Facebook Inc. founder Mark Zuckerberg last week got to see firsthand how climate change is affecting Glacier National Park, but park officials canceled his meeting with one of the region's top climate scientists.

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    The beloved and bloody HBO series "Game of Thrones" is back for a new season, and some are saying the message about climate change is undeniable.

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    Two owners of an Indiana biofuel company yesterday received prison sentences for their roles in a $60 million fraud scheme, the Justice Department announced yesterday.

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    Too late and out of place.

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    U.S. EPA has agreed to revisit a contested plan to cut pollution from two Utah coal-fired power plants and is seeking to freeze litigation surrounding the plan, newly filed court documents indicate.

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    A growing number of people in Florida are fighting populations of invasive bufo toads that compete with native animals and threaten pets with a deadly toxin in their skin.

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    Eager beavers have the ability to engineer degraded land into wildlife-rich wetlands, according to a new study.

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    NOAA said it has reviewed its safety protocols for whale disentanglement teams and will allow them to resume operations after a veteran whale rescuer died during a whale-freeing mission last week.

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    The head of an advanced materials firm said he met Monday with President Trump's chief strategist, Steve Bannon, in an attempt to persuade him to nationalize the only rare earth mine in the U.S.

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    Environmentalists dominated a Forest Service public meeting in St. Paul, Minn., yesterday regarding a proposed federal mining ban in Superior National Forest.

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    A massive wildfire in California yesterday forced about 4,000 evacuations and threatened the power lines that supply Yosemite National Park.

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    Callista Gingrich, the nominee for ambassador to the Vatican, stated yesterday that President Trump wants the United States to be a global environmental leader.

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    Rep. Jared Huffman (D-Calif.) introduced legislation this week that he said would lay bare the climate change impacts of bills introduced in Congress.

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    Coal mogul Joseph Craft is betting on the coal industry to be a major player as President Trump calls for the U.S. to export more energy resources and achieve "global energy dominance."

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    A leading conservative political action committee endorsed West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey in the hotly contested GOP Senate primary.

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    Comedian Seth Meyers shone a harsh spotlight on the Trump administration's efforts to roll back environmental rules on his NBC show last night.

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    The Trump administration has delayed or put under review more than 50 rules since taking office, according to a new report by the Center for Progressive Reform.

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    The Senate today advanced President Trump's second pick for an open seat on the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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    The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has developed a new blueprint for slashing emissions and energy use without much effort or cost.

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    A House panel voted unanimously this morning to advance draft legislation to encourage the development of self-driving cars. It's the first of its kind to move forward.

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    The Fish and Wildlife Service today backed "in general" a package of Republican-authored Endangered Species Act reform bills that critics contend would gut the 1973 law. But in a sign of negotiations to come, the agency's acting director advised lawmakers that certain "technical modifications" are still needed to meet specific concerns.