Jeffrey Ball

This Earth Day, it seems environmental politicking has come full circle

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Is it carshares, bikes, and revived cities? Or just a lousy economy and expensive gas?

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The state's water situation is life-changing. Here's the behavior that needs to be altered.  

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Valentine's Day Is an Environmental Travesty

The carbon costs of greeting cards

Totting up the carbon costs of an old ritual

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Update: Whether the U.S. is going to turn up the heat in a global war over solar energy is a question that will have to wait for another day. The Commerce Department announced this morning that it would delay until Thursday the announcement of whether it will launch an international trade investigation that could culminate in Washington imposing additional tariffs on Chinese solar-panel makers.

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5.3 Billion Reasons Why Companies that Built Coal Plants Now Want to Tear Them Down

Meet the unlikely companies profiting off green opposition to coal

Meet the unlikely companies profiting off green opposition to coal

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Around the world, energy subsidies are an environmental no-brainer and a political-no winner. But that is going to change.

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(Slowly) entering the era of economically sustainable sustainability schemes

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