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Colorado's clean energy claims face scrutiny over emissions data

Colorado's clean energy claims face scrutiny over emissions data

Colorado's oil and gas industry claims to produce some of the cleanest hydrocarbons in the world, but questions remain about the validity of these assertions and their impact on local communities.

Jennifer Oldham reports for Capital & Main.

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Biden's hydrogen plan hits transport obstacles

Biden's hydrogen plan hits transport obstacles

President Biden's $7 billion clean hydrogen initiative faces significant challenges due to unclear regulations on transporting hydrogen fuel, potentially stalling the administration's emission reduction goals.

Christian Robles reports for E&E News.

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Electric car charging stations fall behind growing demand

Electric car charging stations fall behind growing demand

The rapid increase in electric vehicle sales in the U.S. is far outpacing the growth of public charging infrastructure, posing a challenge to widespread EV adoption.

Shannon Osaka reports for The Washington Post.

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Hydrogen energy projects set to transform New Mexico

Hydrogen energy projects set to transform New Mexico

Plans for hydrogen production, transportation, and power generation are emerging across New Mexico, raising environmental and economic concerns.

Jerry Redfern reports for Capital & Main.

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Former EPA head predicts swift end to Biden’s climate policies under a new Trump administration

Former EPA head predicts swift end to Biden’s climate policies under a new Trump administration

Andrew Wheeler, former EPA chief under Trump, believes that Biden’s aggressive climate policies will be quickly dismantled if Trump is re-elected, though funding for clean energy subsidies may persist.

Josh Siegel reports for POLITICO.

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Concerns rise over old wells affecting new carbon storage efforts in Louisiana

Concerns rise over old wells affecting new carbon storage efforts in Louisiana

As Louisiana plans extensive carbon injection projects to combat climate change, thousands of abandoned oil wells pose potential leakage risks.

Tristan Baurick reports for Verite News.

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A leading marine biologist advocates for optimism in climate change discussions

Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, a prominent climate activist and marine biologist, emphasizes the importance of cautious optimism and collective action in addressing the climate crisis.

David Marchese reports for The New York Times.

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