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Atlanta Charts a Path to 100 Percent Renewable Electricity

A City Council committee is considering three proposals. The goals: Make this Southern city a leader in renewable power and fight climate change. This story was updated June 26 with city officials’ presentation to council members and their new recommendation. If Atlanta can get to

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Climate change will lead to dangerous effects: Study

Sensitive regions of the world would remain at risk of the dangerous and potentially irreversible effects of climate change, even if we meet the target of not increasing global temperature above 1.5 degree Celsius over the next 100 years, a study has found. The research,

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California Will Require Solar Power for New Homes

SACRAMENTO — Long a leader and trendsetter in its clean-energy goals, California took a giant step on Wednesday, becoming the first state to require all new homes to have solar power. The new requirement, to take effect in two years, brings solar power into the

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