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  • NBC News reporter stuck overnight on I-95 due to winter weather

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  • 'Every drop counts.' Cloud seeding can help fight drought in the American West

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  • “Energy 2.0”: Secretary Granholm on the future of clean infrastructure and green jobs

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  • Miami, Sacramento mayors explain how infrastructure law could help cities across U.S.

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  • The case for giving every American a free e-bike

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  • Build Back Better features some forward-looking measures, some long overdue

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  • U.S. domestic politics undercut change for strong climate conference outcome: McKibben

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  • Youth climate protesters swarm Glasgow streets ahead of massive climate justice event

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Arctic blast hits the Midwest

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The Weather Channel's Mike Siedel and msnbc's Bill Karins discuss the long-term chill hitting the Midwest and whether this is what all of winter will look like.