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Biden faces choice between advancing offshore wind and honoring tribal heritage in California

Biden faces choice between advancing offshore wind and honoring tribal heritage in California

The Biden administration's push for offshore wind farms off California's coast clashes with plans to establish a tribal heritage marine sanctuary.

Heather Richards reports for E&E News.

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Biden’s Arctic oil rules may leave ‘big gaps’ on climate

Proposed Interior Department rules for drilling in the Western Arctic are spurring two contradictory views: that President Joe Biden has thwarted an oil boom in northern Alaska or paved the way for one.

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Why EV battery makers are so hungry for clean energy

A hunt for carbon-free electricity is raising questions about where the electric vehicle battery supply chain will get its power.
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'Fragile compromises': Biden energy fights heat up in court

Federal courts will spend the last half of the year weighing the fate of some of the Biden administration’s biggest climate and energy goals.

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Needed: Car experts to fend off grid disaster

Automakers and electric utilities need to work together more closely than ever as new vehicles hit the road. But crucial links are lagging.
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Tensions, gas prices rise as Washington state auctions carbon

Washington state’s new cap-and-invest system is raising hundreds of millions of dollars for climate action while pricing emissions at a much steeper cost than California, the only other state with this kind of system.

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3 takeaways from hearing on EPA power plant rule

Republicans and Democrats clashed at a hearing this week that examined EPA’s planned actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at power plants around the country. It served as yet another example of the political challenges inherent in addressing the climate crisis.

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