U.S. Natural Gas Will Drive Global CO2-Emissions Reductions as America Becomes Top LNG Exporter

The transition to natural gas for electricity generation could prevent 1.2 billion tons of carbon emissions from entering the atmosphere, according to a new study by the International Energy Agency. In fact, simply by using existing natural gas-fired power plants to replace higher-emitting fuel sources,…

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Since 1955, the Isle de Jean Charles has lost 98 percent of its area due to a combination of levee construction, coastal erosion, sinking land, rising seas, and damage from hurricanes worsened by climate change.

Since 1955, the Isle de Jean Charles has lost 98 percent of its area due to a combination of levee construction, coastal erosion, sinking land, rising seas, and damage from hurricanes worsened by climate change.Latest Gulf Storm Brings Tough Choices fo…

Latest Gulf Storm Brings Tough Choices for Residents of Disappearing Isle de Jean Charles

Read time: 9 minsWhile most of Louisiana was spared Barry’s wrath last week, Isle de Jean Charles, a quickly eroding strip of land among coastal wetlands in the Gulf of Mexico, was not. A storm surge swept over the island, about 80 miles southwest of N…