- How the fossil fuel industry got the media to think climate change was debatableLate last year, the Trump administration released the latest national climate assessment on Black Friday in what many assumed was an attempt to bury the document. If that was the plan, it backfired, and the assessment wound up earning more coverage than it probably would have otherwise.
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- The Farm Bureau: Big Oil’s Unnoticed Ally Fighting Climate Science and PolicyWhen Republican Rep. Steve Scalise stepped to the dais in the U.S. House of Representatives in July and implored his colleagues to denounce a carbon tax, he didn't reach for dire predictions made by the fossil fuel titans that pushed for the resolution. Instead, he talked about America's farmers.
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- Dear New Midwest Governors: The Green New Deal and YouDerrick Z. Jackson | December 17, 2018 Getting traction on Green New Deal policies at the federal level won’t be easy—but new governors in the Midwest can make progress on climate and economic priorities right away. Here’s how.
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- There are way more solar panels in the U.S. than we thoughtUntil recently, it’s been hard to say how many solar systems have been installed in the U.S.–if you buy panels to put on your roof, each state tracks that information differently. There’s no official central database.
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- Energy storage storm grows in strengthA Wood Mackenzie report shows energy storage deployments tripling in capacity during Q3 ’18 versus last year’s volume, while noting that the future pipeline growth rate doubled versus prior quarters to reach 33 GW of future projects.
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