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The World’s Existing Power Plants Will Emit 300 Billion Tons Of Carbon Dioxide In Their LifetimesPublished ClimateProgress.org  8/27/2014
New research published Tuesday is also the first to quantify how fast these "baked in" emissions are growing as more power plants are constructed.The post The World’s Existing Power Plants Will Emit 300 Billion Tons Of Carbon Dioxide In Their Lifetimes appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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Thanks To The Clean Air Act, We Breathe 3 Million Fewer Tons Of Toxins Each YearPublished ClimateProgress.org  8/22/2014
Since 1990, an estimated 3 million tons of toxins from mobile and stationary sources have been removed from the air every year, according to the report. The post Thanks To The Clean Air Act, We Breathe 3 Million Fewer Tons Of Toxins Each Year appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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U.K. Ad Council Rules ‘Clean Coal’ Isn’t Clean, Bars Peabody Energy From ‘Misleading’ PublicPublished ClimateProgress.org  8/20/2014
The U.K.’s Advertising Standards Authority has barred Peabody Energy from using the term “clean coal” to imply coal is emission-free or “the solution for better, longer and healthier lives.”The post U.K. Ad Council Rules ‘Clean Coal’ Isn’t Clean, Bars Peabody Energy From
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Why A New Study Thinks Next Year’s Climate Talks Won’t Keep The World Under 2°CPublished ClimateProgress.org  8/6/2014
The Paris talks will be the 21st gathering of nations under the UNFCCC, with the goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions enough to hold any rise in global temperatures under 2°C. The post Why A New Study Thinks Next Year’s Climate Talks Won’t Keep The World Under 2°C appeared first on
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At EPA Hearing, Religious Leaders Call Carbon Pollution ‘An Affront To God’Published ClimateProgress.org  7/31/2014
Christian, Jewish, and Hindu leaders urged the EPA not to weaken their proposed regulations on carbon emissions from coal plants. The post At EPA Hearing, Religious Leaders Call Carbon Pollution ‘An Affront To God’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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How The U.S. Government Just Pulled Off The Equivalent Of Retiring 1.8 Million CarsPublished ClimateProgress.org  7/25/2014
The White House announced today that federal agencies have cut their greenhouse gas emissions 17 percent since 2008.The post How The U.S. Government Just Pulled Off The Equivalent Of Retiring 1.8 Million Cars appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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This Solar Car Just Set A New World Land Speed RecordPublished ClimateProgress.org  7/24/2014
The team of students that designed and manage the zero-emissions solar and battery storage Sunswift eVe aim to prove solar cars can be both practical and reliable. The post This Solar Car Just Set A New World Land Speed Record appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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Australia Becomes First Country To Repeal Carbon Price — Too Bad It Was WorkingPublished ClimateProgress.org  7/17/2014
On Thursday, after a week of upper house turmoil, Australian prime minister Tony Abbott's Liberal-National Coalition in the Senate voted to scrap the country's nascent carbon price and emissions trading scheme.The post Australia Becomes First Country To Repeal Carbon Price — Too Bad It Was
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In Lead Up To Carbon Price, South Africa Preps Carbon Offset ProgramPublished ClimateProgress.org  7/14/2014
In an effort to curtail rising greenhouse gas emissions, South Africa is planning to launch a carbon tax in 2016.The post In Lead Up To Carbon Price, South Africa Preps Carbon Offset Program appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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No False Choices: To Preserve A Livable Climate, We Need To Slash Both CO2 And Methane ASAPPublished ClimateProgress.org  7/10/2014
It is a false choice that we must choose between cutting CO2 (the biggest long-term threat to the climate) and super pollutants like methane (that are far more potent at trapping heat in the shorter term). We must do both to sustain a livable climate.The post No False Choices: To Preserve A Livable
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