Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats roll out climate change plan

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) on Tuesday unveils Democrats' ambitious climate proposals, aiming for net zero emissions economy-wide by 2050.
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Democrats detail a climate agenda tying environment to racial justice

The policy road map, expected on Tuesday, could guide the party if it gains control of Congress and the White House in November.
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Projects to stash carbon dioxide underground get a boost

The government, after years of delays, is finally clarifying rules on tax breaks for companies that use carbon capture to fight climate change.
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Covid-19 recovery money should go into CO2 capture

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At long last, new carbon capture project launches in Alberta

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During coronavirus, Trump sits on clean energy loans

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Former Jay Inslee 2020 staffers form new group to promote climate plan to Democrats

The new initiative, called Evergreen, aims to push the Washington governor’s widely hailed campaign platform on Joe Biden and congressional leaders.
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Vodka from thin air: An unusual climate prize hits a coronavirus snag

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How London’s trees help boost the local economy

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The Super Tuesday survivors

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EU climate law sparks political battles

The 5 fights facing the Commission in the wake of legislating for climate neutrality by 2050.
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Senate prepares to vote on big energy bill this week

But many environmentalists say it doesn't go far enough to curb climate change.
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The climate gap between Republican voters and Republican lawmakers

Lawmakers in Oregon walked out of the capitol rather than vote on carbon pricing, even though voters seem to support it.
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Conservative groups at odds with new House GOP climate change proposals

'The sponsors of these bills seem to be conceding the argument about whether global warming is the sort of problem or crisis that needs government action,' said Myron Ebell.
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