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Why the French are losing enthusiasm for nuclear

The host nation for this year's climate talks is pumping the brakes on one of its most successful ways of controlling carbon. France, one of the world's leaders in low-emissions nuclear energy production, may soon diverge from the path that brought it there.


Will tension between lawmakers and regulators hamstring the Clean Power Plan?

Faced with whittled-down budgets and a growing pile of federal mandates, state lawmakers and energy and environment regulators grappling with immense industry changes don't always get along. Feuds between the groups have always waxed and waned, flaring up as new technologies or environmental standards emerge and spur political backlash. But U.S. EPA's rule to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from the power sector stands to exacerbate that friction in many states.

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