July 2, 2018

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Top News from Our Warming World

Solar Is Saving Low-Income Households Money in What Could Become a National Model – InsideClimate News

FERC Decision Targets State Support for Clean Energy – Utility Dive

‘We’ve Turned a Corner’: Australia’s Farmers Shift on Climate Change and Want a Say on Energy – The Guardian

Wood Pellet Mills Get Complaints from Neighbors, Raise Concerns about Climate Change – The Guardian

Methane Leaks Hurt Natural Gas Industry’s Push to Seem Climate-Friendly – Reuters

Ethanol Dispute May Hurt Pruitt More Than His Ethics Scandals – Bloomberg

Rain and Runoff Leads to Pause in Mountain Valley Construction – Roanoake Times

The EPA’s Ethics Officer Once Defended Pruitt. Then He Urged Investigations. – The New York Times

Emails Reveal Close Rapport Between Top EPA Officials and Those They Regulate – Washington Post

Duke Wants to Charge Customers for Coal Ash Costs. The State Isn’t Happy About That. – Charlotte Observer