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San Fernando Valley residents gather for a meeting with regulators and Southern California Gas Co. officials over a natural gas leak.
An Environmental Protection Agency lawyer says he wasn't provided the full facts when he ruled there was no ethics violation in Administrator Scott Pruitt's lease of a bargain-priced condo.
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China’s reemergence as a coal importer has boosted the fortunes of U.S. producers who are now shipping more coal abroad than any time in the last two years.
Carolyn Kormann on climate change and Donald Trump’s proposed energy plan, which would essentially reverse Obama’s progress in reducing carbon emissions.
It’s a sign that global oil companies see cleaner energy technologies as sound investments.
Their futures are linked in the effort to keep global temperatures from rising too much.
Bad news on the carbon emissions front.
“We’re going after those who have profited," said Mayor Bill de Blasio.
EPA Director Scott Pruitt says that he should be able to choose his own advisors, but Pruitt is giving corporate scientists priority, undermining the public's health. We speak to Barbara Gottlieb of Physicians for Social Responsibility, the leading plaintiff in the case
Kickstarting the carbon capture and storage industry with a state-backed company will deliver the clean electricity needed to meet climate targets more cheaply than Hinkley Point C, says government advisory group
Coal supplied just 2% of power in the first half of 2017, marking a steep decline from just five years ago, according to analysis by Imperial College
Surprise decision could speed transition to greener forms of energy
Some coal stocks have been quietly making money and may continue to do so in 2018.
It's time for BNEF to look forward in time – and try to predict what 2018 will hold for the clean transition in energy and transport.
Michael Liebreich, Chairman of the Advisory Board Bloomberg New Energy Finance Twitter: @MLiebreich For the last two years, I have drawn on Russian
Wind, solar and battery costs will continue to fall faster than any mainstream energy forecasters expect, and there is nothing that makes me think President Trump will succeed in his attempts to revive coal.
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