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- What is journalism?To think about what journalism should become, we need to understand what it is. Introducing CJR’s Existential Issue.
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- Solar, wind increasingly competitive over coalRoughly four-fifths of U.S. coal plants are either scheduled to close by 2025 or now cost more to operate than new nearby solar or wind power would, new research shows. The May 5 analysis comes from Energy Innovation: Policy & Technology, based in San Francisco.
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- Spies, Lies, and Stonewalling: What It’s Like to Report on FacebookOne day in July 2016, Casey Newton, a tech reporter for The Verge, sat down at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park for the biggest interview of his career. Across from him was Mark Zuckerberg.
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- UN to declare slashing methane emissions more important than previously thoughtThe United Nations is expected to announce, in a landmark report, that reducing methane emissions must play a larger role in preventing the worst effects of climate change, The New York Times reported on Sunday.
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- In Ohio, utility and fossil fuel influence reaches beyond bailout billThis story is part of a collaborative journalism project produced by the Energy News Network and Eye on Ohio, the Ohio Center for Investigative Journalism.
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