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RELEASE: New Analysis Shows Tennessee Can Reduce Emissions 22 percent by 2020

  • fossil fuels
  • Climate
  • Energy
  • U.S. policy
  • power plants
  • regulation
  • renewable energy
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10 Questions that Shine a Light on Electricity Prices

  • Equity & Governance
  • Energy
  • electric grid
Globally, electricity tariffs have sparked questions about the equitable distribution of costs and have, in some cases, led to social unrest and controversy. Photo credit: Alexandre Baron/Flickr
  • Equity & Governance
  • Energy
  • electric grid
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Identifying the Global Coal Industry’s Water Risks

  • Freshwater
  • Aqueduct
  • fossil fuels
  • Energy
  • water risk
As with most energy sources, coal-related industries—including mining, coal-to-chemicals, and power generation—are extremely water-intensive. Photo credit: Peter Van den Bossche, Flickr
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The Private Sector Can Play a Positive Role in India’s Renewable Energy Growth. Photo credit: The Danish Wind Industry Association, Flickr 2008
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Street view of New Dehli, India. Photo credit: Victor Wong, Flickr 2011
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Watching for Signs of Climate Action in the State of the Union Address

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  • U.S. policy
  • GHG emissions
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Seven months have passed since President Obama announced the national Climate Action Plan. Photo credit: Steve Jurvetson, Flickr
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Emissions Trading in China: First Reports from the Field

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  • Air Quality
  • GHG emissions
  • climate change
  • Energy
View from Tianjin Tower | Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons
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  • Air Quality
  • GHG emissions
  • climate change
  • Energy

How Green Tariffs Can Benefit Utilities and Consumers

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  • renewable energy
Duke Energy’s 16-megawatt DC (14-megawatt AC) Blue Wing Solar Project in San Antonio, Texas consists of nearly 215,000 photovoltaic solar panels and is one of the largest PV solar farms in the United States. | Photo Credit: Duke Energy/Flickr
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A Shared Vision for Thailand's Solar Energy Development

  • Equity & Governance
  • Energy
  • renewable energy
Lopburi solar power plant in central Thailand is the largest solar photovoltaic project in the world. (Photo credit: Asian Development Bank)
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How Civil Society Groups Can Help Expand Energy Efficiency

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  • Energy
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  • energy efficiency
  • public participation
Involving civil society organizations in the energy efficiency standards and labeling process could increase the uptake of energy-efficient appliances. Photo credit: Acumen Fund, Flickr
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  • Energy
  • Energy Access
  • energy efficiency
  • public participation

5 Ways Wisconsin Can Reduce Power Plant Emissions

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Wisconsin Carbon Dioxide Reduction Opportunities for Power Sector Compliance Under the Clean Air Act

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COP 19 Made Small Steps Forward, but We Need Bolder Leaps

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  • Climate
  • International Climate Action
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  • Climate Resilience
  • climate finance
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  • UNFCCC
A key area of discussion at COP 19 was how to address losses and damages from climate change impacts that are difficult or impossible to adapt to. Photo credit: Jörg Dietze, Flickr
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