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This Maine farm is harvesting the sun's power while it picks the blueberries.
Local meteorologists are better positioned than anyone else to talk their communities through the facts about climate change.
California considers a bill to require its giant pension funds to divest from fossil fuels
A Montana county introduces a new way to pay for residential solar panels while Bitcoin miners revived a dying coal plant in the state – then CO2 emissions soared.
A bill to support transitions for oil industry workers exposes a labor rift in California
Massachusetts building code draft leaves local cities looks for other options for gas bans