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Oregon, nine states sue EPA over wood stove pollution that threatens tens of thousands in the state

Tens of thousands of Oregonians who rely on wood stoves could be at risk for breathing higher levels of harmful emissions than allowed by federal standards – even if they’ve swapped out an old heater for a new one that meets federal standards.

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Backup power: A growing need, if you can afford it

Extreme weather linked to climate change is causing more blackouts. But generators and batteries are still out of reach for many.
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As heat pumps go mainstream, a big question: Can they handle real cold?

The devices are increasingly the target of misconception and, at times, misinformation. We’ve got the facts.
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The new soldiers in propane’s fight against climate action: television stars

An industry group is spending millions of dollars to push back against efforts to move heating away from oil and gas.
Germans turn to heat pumps to replace gas furnaces

Germans turn to heat pumps to replace gas furnaces

The boxy machines look and function like large air-conditioners on reverse, but Germans hope they hold the key to Europe’s push for fossil-free heating.
France seeks to weather an energy crisis as Russia cuts gas supplies

France seeks to weather an energy crisis as Russia cuts gas supplies

The government unveiled its biggest energy conservation measures in decades, part of an effort in Europe to save power as Russia cuts gas supplies.
Protecting the peatlands of Ireland as fuel costs skyrocket

Protecting the peatlands of Ireland as fuel costs skyrocket

One in seven Irish households still burn peat for heat. New rules are aimed at discouraging a practice that many consider part of the culture.
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