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California Proposes Strong Methane Rules

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) met last week to consider adopting some of the nation’s strongest rules to limit methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.

Tar Sands in the Atlantic—Company Behind Keystone XL is Back

In November 2015, President Obama announced the rejection of the proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.

Vote Monday Can Deliver Clean Energy Future New Yorkers Seek

The New York Public Service Commission (PSC), which regulates electric utilities in New York, is slated to vote on August 1st on a new program to require that New York State gets 50 percent of its electricity from renewable sources like wind and solar power by 2030.

Why We Need an Ambitious HFC Phasedown Agreement in 2016

Representatives of almost 150 countries including India have spent the last 9 days in Vienna in intense discussions working towards an agreement under the Montreal Protocol to phase down production and consumption of the potent global warming chemicals called hydrofluorocarbon

Vienna HFC Talks: Progress, High Expectations, & Work Ahead

The HFC talks in Vienna wound up early Sunday morning with strong progress toward a Montreal Protocol amendment to phase down these super potent climate pollutants, and high expectations that the deal will be sealed in Kigali, Rwanda, this October.