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'Superuser' states devour climate grants as others get nothing

A federal climate grant program has been monopolized by five large states that together have collected half of its money, highlighting an uneven disbursement of government funding that often leaves poorer regions with less financial help to prepare for intensifying disasters.

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Pa. participation in RGGI has been held up for more than a year. What has the state lost?

Former Gov. Tom Wolf’s signature climate program has been on hold for more than a year. By some estimates, the state has lost close to $1 billion in the delay.

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Dead fish are popping up along beaches on the Texas Gulf Coast, officials say. Here's why

This week, Texas beachgoers along the Gulf Coast may have observed a startling sight along the coastlines: possibly thousands of dead fish washed up on the sand.

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Clean energy experts are stretched too thin

“Stakeholder fatigue” threatens to tap the brakes on policy progress as many states move fast on decarbonization.

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Three states with climate legislation to watch

Minnesota and Maine are pursuing ambitious policies and Illinois is looking at a gas stove warning label.
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Which state is winning at renewable energy production?

Can you guess which state generates the largest fraction of its electricity from renewable sources?

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California floated cutting major Southwest cities off Colorado River water before touching its agriculture supply

In a closed-door negotiation last week over the fate of the Colorado River, representatives from California’s powerful water districts proposed modeling what the basin’s future would look like if some of the West’s biggest cities – including Phoenix and Las Vegas – were cut off from the river’s water supply.

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