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The eclipse was a test, and the solar industry aced it.

As the United States momentarily plunged into darkness on Tuesday, from California to North Carolina, the electricity grid ran smoothly — despite the loss of a predicted 12,000 megawatts of solar power supplies.

New Orleans is now planning to evacuate the city if a heavy rainstorm comes.

That’s worrisome, especially for communities still struggling to recover from the damage of Hurricane Katrina — which was 12 years ago this week.

Trump axed a federal climate panel, turning a blind eye to public safety


It’s no secret that President Trump has been busy trying to unravel nearly every part of President Obama’s climate legacy: our commitment to the Paris Agreement, the Clean Power Plan, and so much else.

Trump halted a study of coal’s health effects in Appalachia


This story was originally published by Mother Jones and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

Trump reversed a plastic water bottle ban in national parks.

And pretty much nobody is happy about it, except maybe Nestlé. Since 2011, 23 national parks had ended the sale of plastic water bottles to cut down on trash and litter.

Psst, Zinke — national monuments create jobs just the way they are!

Ahead of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s Thursday announcement regarding the fate of the bundle of national monuments under review, Democrats tried to level with the conservative on his own terms.

Online startup Crowd Cow wants to disrupt the meat market. The stakes have never been higher.


When your family owns a Montana cattle ranch, it seems like selling beef to a friend should be easy enough.

California defies Trump claim that environmental regulation kills economic growth


The California economy is thriving, according to a new report released Monday — and that’s despite the state instituting relatively restrictive environmental rules.

The oil industry fears Trump’s regulatory rollback could backfire.

The fossil fuel industry has largely applauded the administration’s assault on environmental policy, like green-lighting controversial pipelines. Oh, and don’t forget it “canceled” the Paris Climate Agreement.

Here’s how a Republican Congress might talk itself into taxing carbon.


Bare with us as we lay this out, it’s a little bit of a Hail Mary-meets-Rube Goldberg bankshot. Republicans yearn to take advantage of the fact that they control the House, Senate, and presidency by making permanent cuts to corporate taxes.

Companies are turning ocean trash into running shoes and sunglasses


This story was originally published by Oceans Deeply. For important news about plastic pollution, you can sign up to the Oceans Deeply email list.

British Columbia is having its worst wildfire season in recorded history.

More than 2,500,000 acres have burned there since April 1, nearly six times the typical amount for a full year.

Minnesota report: Proposed tar sands oil pipeline would harm tribes.

On Thursday, state regulators released their final environmental review of a proposed replacement for an aging pipeline owned and operated by the Canadian company Enbridge.

How to watch the eclipse without trashing the Earth


The moon will pass in front of the sun on August 21, cutting a swathe of shadow across the country and blocking our nearest star for about two minutes in the middle of the day.

Supervolcanoes: The secret to a battery-powered future?


This story was originally published by Newsweek and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

California went all-in on natural gas. Can it do the same with renewables?


Noemi Tungui lives in Oxnard, California, the so-called “Strawberry Capital of the World.” But Oxnard’s idyllic branding omits other details of its landscape: power plants, oil wells, and within the city limits, the Halaco Engineering Superfund site — where a metal recycler once operated right on the Pacific Ocean.

California scientists are calling for the largest U.S. investment in climate research in years.

The sunny state’s been defying the Trump administration’s, er, lax approach to climate action by leading the way on their own since before the inauguration.

Court says pipelines — not Exxon — are to blame for a major oil spill.

ExxonMobil’s Pegasus Pipeline poured more than 200,000 gallons of heavy crude into a neighborhood in Mayflower, Arkansas, in 2013.

The world’s largest volcanic region was just discovered in Antarctica.

That’s all kinds of scary. If there’s one place on Earth that would be the worst possible spot for a giant volcanic chain, it’s beneath West Antarctica.

Trump revoked an Obama rule that protected against flooding


This story was originally published by the New Republic and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.


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