How pausing the social cost of carbon affected regulation

A 33-day injunction on the metric used to calculate the financial costs of climate change is imprinted in the DNA of an air pollution rule.

By Jean Chemnick | 05/26/2022 06:16 AM EDT

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Wind turbines turn behind a solar farm in Rapshagen, Germany

Clean energy faces its latest test: Rising interest rates

By Benjamin Storrow | 05/25/2022 07:12 AM EDT

A general view of the skyline of downtown Dallas.

Climate change is stealing sleep

By Chelsea Harvey | 05/23/2022 06:28 AM EDT

President Joe Biden speaking during the 2021 U.N. climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland.

Biden under pressure to declare climate emergency

By Scott Waldman | 05/23/2022 06:27 AM EDT

Michael Barr.

Fed pick emerges unscathed from nomination hearing

By Avery Ellfeldt | 05/20/2022 06:39 AM EDT

Elijah Carter, 11, left, and Robert Haralson, 12, help shop for their parents in a darkened Oliver's supermarket during a blackout in the Rincon Valley community in Santa Rosa, Calif.

The West, reliant on hydro, may miss it during heat waves

By Benjamin Storrow | 05/20/2022 06:38 AM EDT



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