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The Clean Power Plan: What’s Water Got To Do With It?

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  • Climate
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When it comes to water and fracturing, it’s all about location and time. Photo by Simon Fraser University/Flickr.
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6 Stories to Watch in 2015: Global Climate Deal, Sustainable Development Goals, Rising Water Risks and More

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  • Cities
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  • climate change
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  • UNFCCC
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Andrew Steer presented 2015's Stories to Watch before a packed house at the Press Club in Washington, D.C. Photo by Bill Dugan/WRI
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  • UNFCCC
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  • stories to watch

RELEASE: New Analysis Finds 38% of World’s Shale Resources Face Water Stress

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  • fossil fuels
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ADVISORY: Press Call: How Water Risk Affects Global Shale Development

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  • fossil fuels
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STATEMENT: U.S. Puts First Ever Federal Limits on Existing Power Plant Emissions

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  • Energy
  • energy efficiency
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  • regulation
  • renewable energy
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RELEASE: New Analysis Shows Arkansas Can Reduce Emissions 39 percent by 2020

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  • energy efficiency
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  • power plants
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  • renewable energy
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RELEASE: New Analysis Shows Tennessee Can Reduce Emissions 22 percent by 2020

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  • Climate
  • Energy
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  • power plants
  • regulation
  • renewable energy
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  • Climate
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5 Ways Wisconsin Can Reduce Power Plant Emissions

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  • energy efficiency
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  • renewable energy
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Wisconsin Carbon Dioxide Reduction Opportunities for Power Sector Compliance Under the Clean Air Act

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  • Energy
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New Analysis: Colorado Can Meet Future Carbon Emissions Standards

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  • renewable energy
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Water Risks on the Rise for Three Global Energy Production Hot Spots

  • Water
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  • fossil fuels
  • Energy
  • water risk
A ship transports coal in China. Photo credit: foxxyz, Flickr
  • Water
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Addressing Carbon Pollution from Power Plants Is Vital for Avoiding Catastrophic Climate Change

  • fossil fuels
  • Climate
  • Energy
  • U.S. policy
  • power plants
  • regulation
  • United States
John E. Amos coal-fired power plant. Photo credit: Wigwam Jones, Flickr
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  • Energy
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  • power plants
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  • United States

4 Ways North Carolina Can Reduce its Power Sector Emissions

  • climate change
  • Energy
  • pollution
  • regulation
  • United States
  • U.S. policy
Marshall Steam Station in North Carolina. Photo credit: Cdtew, Wikimedia Commons
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