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U.S. Envoy Calls Deal An 'Important Start' In Fight Against Climate Change

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Todd Stern, the Obama administration's climate envoy, who negotiated the climate deal in Paris. He calls it a "very important start" in the fight against climate change.
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Global Leaders Move To Cut Emissions In Wake Of Climate Deal

NPR has reaction from Russia, China and Brazil on the climate deal reached over the weekend in Paris.
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Economic, Environmental Concerns Threaten Future Of Oil Sands

Alberta, Canada, has the third largest oil reserves in the world, but the potentially lucrative oil sands business faces serious economic challenges.
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Fish Stocks Are Declining Worldwide, And Climate Change Is On The Hook

Fish populations aren't replenishing themselves like they used to. Researchers say there's not enough food for young fish, and it's directly linked to changing temperatures.
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Negotiators In Paris Agree To A Landmark Climate Accord

Negotiators reach an agreement on combating climate change. What's in the deal to curb greenhouse gas emissions, and what it means for governments, industry and the environment.

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Environment Back In Spotlight For Hearings On Pepco-Exelon Merger Monday

Much of the debate on a proposed merger between power companies Pepco and Exelon has focused on what a deal might mean for the bottom line, but on Monday the agenda will be the potential impact on the environment.

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Negotiators In Paris Sign Off On Ambitious Climate Deal

Over the weekend in Paris, representatives from 196 countries signed an agreement that aims to curb climate change. What's in it, and what happens next?
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Between Cheap Gas And Carbon Caps, Oil Sands Face Uncertain Fate

Canada's potentially lucrative oil sands business faces serious economic challenges. It has some concerned about its future as environmental critics look for ways to keep the oil in the ground.
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What The Last-Minute Climate Deal-Making Means For the Pact

There was cheering when nearly 200 countries reached an historic agreement to stem global warming. But the frantic deal making says something about what it may take to carry the agreement out.
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2 Degrees, $100 Billion: The World Climate Agreement, By The Numbers

The historic agreement calls for "deep reductions in global emissions." But how deep will those reductions be — and how soon, and who's paying for it?

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