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A man rests in a hammock, using a battery-operated light, in an area of San Isidro without electricity more than two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island of Puerto Rico. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Protests Expected At Minnesota Hearing To Replace Oil Pipeline

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Anab Jain: Can A Glimpse Of Tomorrow, Change Our Decisions Today?

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With Power Out, Many Florida Gas Stations Remain Closed

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Senior Airman Yazmine Nanasca with a control tower crew at Altus Air Force Base guide a C-17 cargo plane a KC-135 tanker as it taxis to the runway for a day-long training mission in southwestern Oklahoma. Joe Wertz/StateImpact Oklahoma hide caption

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New Wind Farms Cause Friction In The Sky Over Military Flight Routes

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Florida Suffers Growing Gasoline Shortage As Residents Prepare For Irma

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Former Residents Picnic At Colorado Superfund Site

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Charging station for electric cars in Glasgow, Scotland. With new models aimed at the mass market going on sale, Americans will be hearing a lot more about electric cars. John Guidi/Getty Images/Robert Harding Worl hide caption

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So You Want To Buy An Electric Car? It Requires Some Planning

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A refinery in Deer Park, Texas, in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Some residents and environment groups are worried about toxic chemicals that could be emitted into the air if there's any damage. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Flooded Texas Chemical Plants Raise Concerns About Toxic Emissions

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Neighborhoods Worry About Living Amid Oil And Gas Development

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For New England Farmers Looking To Make Ends Meet, The Sun Provides A Harvest

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Energy Secretary Rick Perry had called for the study that says that a grid reliability problem could develop if more coal and nuclear power plants shut down. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Coal, Nuclear Power Would Benefit From Energy Department's Power Grid Study

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The Battle Over Oil And Gas Development In Colorado

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In Alaska, One Man Fights To Save Oil Fund As Reserves Dry Up

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