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The shift to cleaner energy in the U.S. is still going strong despite a decision by regulators to delay a controversial plan to curb power plant emissions.
April 27, 2016 American Cars on Track to Double Fuel Efficiency
Scientific American - A growing number of vehicles are meeting or surpassing federal fuel economy standards, though improvements to cars outpace those to trucks, according to a new analysis by the Consumer Federation of America....
The city will require private building owners to update heating and power systems to help meet a goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent by 2050, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday.
April 22 is the day set aside to celebrate the Earth and learn more about the environment. It's a yearly commemoration that dates back to 1970 but have you ever wondered why it's celebrated on April 22?
April 22, 2016 7 things you can do for the planet this Earth DaySource: Greenpeace
More than 45 years ago – on the very first Earth Day – tens of millions of people decided to do something about environmental destruction. They rallied against pollution, oil spills, pesticides and deforestation… issues that...
April 21, 2016 Why Do We Celebrate Earth Day? 3 Facts About The HolidaySource: Romber
Besides appreciating the amazing and varied landscapes this planet has to offer, Earth Day gives people a chance to make the world a better place.
Source: CBS SF Bay Area
San Francisco became the first major city in the country to approve legislation requiring solar panels on new buildings Tuesday.
April 21, 2016 Race to ratify the Paris climate deal starts at the UNSource: BBC
Around 155 countries are expected to formally sign the deal at the UN, setting in motion events that could see the treaty operational within a year. The UN says the expected record turnout for the signing shows overwhelming...
April 20, 2016 Most Americans say climate changing, humans to blameSource: USA Today
But polls show that a vast majority of Americans believe climate change is happening — and young people especially want the United States to do something about it.
Global wind energy capacity will nearly double in the next five years, largely led by further market growth in China, but also as a stronger industry emerges in the United States, the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) said on...
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