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Congress moves to enhance mining rights on federal land
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Congress moves to enhance mining rights on federal land

A bipartisan bill expanding legal rights for mining companies on federal lands has passed the House and is progressing in the Senate.

Esther Frances, Megija Medne, and Phillip Powell report for Inside Climate News.

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Solar for Pennsylvania schools gets bipartisan support
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Solar for Pennsylvania schools gets bipartisan support

A proposal in the state legislature would help boost renewables in Pennsylvania by easing the process for schools to install solar panels.

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A bipartisan plan to punish global climate laggards: Tax them

In a rare example of a bipartisan climate policy, momentum is growing on Capitol Hill for a plan to tax imports from China and other countries with looser environmental standards.

Senate approves first climate treaty in decades

Senate approves first climate treaty in decades

While the Senate is badly divided on most climate issues, strong backing from the business community to eliminate hydrofluorocarbons.
As federal climate-fighting tools are taken away, cities and states step up

As federal climate-fighting tools are taken away, cities and states step up

Across the country, local governments are accelerating their efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions, in some cases bridging partisan divides. Their role will become increasingly important.
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‘Time for a do-over’: Conservatives decry Left’s coup of climate change policy

Climate change has emerged as a top priority for the progressive Left in the last decade, but at one time, combating its effects was a fully bipartisan effort, according to one conservative expert.

Manchin's bipartisan energy meeting yields a lot of ideas — and a lot of skepticism
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Manchin's bipartisan energy meeting yields a lot of ideas — and a lot of skepticism

Sseven Democrats and four Republicans discussed the possibility of crafting a bipartisan energy package that includes provisions to reform the permitting process, tax polluting imports, and spur more mining for critical minerals.

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