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Articles by Ryan Koronowski

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8 things to know about Obama's big move on climate

8 things to know about Obama’s big move on climate

On Monday the EPA released its proposed rule to limit the amount of carbon pollution that existing power plants can dump into the atmosphere.

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Even in perpetual darkness, Arctic sea ice coverage drops to record lows

Even in perpetual darkness, Arctic sea ice coverage drops to record lows

Sea ice extent in the far north of the Arctic dipped to record low levels in February.

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Oklahoma utility buys 600MW of wind power to cut cost of electricity

Oklahoma utility buys 600MW of wind power to cut cost of electricity

Oklahomans will soon be paying less for their electricity because the local utility decided wind power was the cheapest option.

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Are there any major financial institutions that don’t want to act on climate?

Are there any major financial institutions that don’t want to act on climate?

If there is something the world’s major financial institutions can agree on, it’s that reducing carbon emissions can be good for the financial sector.

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Ikea will start selling solar panels in all British stores

Ikea will start selling solar panels in all British stores

British consumers will now be able to buy solar panels at their local Ikeas. But there’s no attached instruction manual.

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Are world’s biggest businesses addressing 'mother of all risks'?

Are world’s biggest businesses addressing ‘mother of all risks’?

If business understands that climate change is a threat, then what are these big corporations doing about it?

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The five craziest Republican arguments at US climate hearing

The five craziest Republican arguments at US climate hearing

The five oddest things Administrator McCarthy and Secretary Moniz heard from House Republicans at Wednesday’s climate hearing in Washington.

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US-China strike major deal on cutting greenhouse gases

US-China strike major deal on cutting greenhouse gases

US-China pact on greenhouse gases seen as most important Obama-era climate initiative, and could avoid 0.5°C warming. And your bar fridge will never be the same.

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Solar could provide one-third of western US power needs by 2050

Solar could provide one-third of western US power needs by 2050

Study finds solar energy could supply one-third of western US power needs by 2050, with federal cost-reduction targets and reasonable carbon policies.

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Next-gen wind turbines with storage are cheap, reliable and brilliant

Next-gen wind turbines with storage are cheap, reliable and brilliant

GE’s new line of Brilliant 1.6-100 and 1.7-100 wind turbines demonstrate that reliable, steady wind energy is becoming a real thing.

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New York mayor juggles climate mitigation and adaptation

New York mayor juggles climate mitigation and adaptation

Mayor Bloomberg increases efforts to cut carbon pollution, and builds new defences against climate change.