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    Putin hardball tactic backfires, pushes Europe away from Russian oil

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    04:26
  • Heedless Russian military risks catastrophe with Ukraine nuclear plants

    06:46
  • Daniel Yergin: Russia makes an estimated ‘$250 billion’ annually from energy sales to Europe alone

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  • Energy Secretary: Biden plan should stabilize gas prices, move us to clean energy

    08:29
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    11:38
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    10:14
  • Rep. Cicilline: American people do not want to finance this war by buying Russian oil

    07:29
  • First salvo of sanctions batter Russia; 'a lot left in the hopper' to increase pressure

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  • Beto O’Rourke rips Abbott’s Texas freeze failure—and inaction to prevent another

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  • As Congress fails on climate (again), focus turns to executive options for Biden

    05:32
  • ‘Critical energy theory’: Right wing declares war on ‘woke’ climate policy

    06:26
  • “Energy 2.0”: Secretary Granholm on the future of clean infrastructure and green jobs

    07:21
  • The case for giving every American a free e-bike

    05:52
  • U.S. domestic politics undercut change for strong climate conference outcome: McKibben

    05:36
  • The infrastructure bill allows the U.S. to 'get in the game', says energy secretary

    08:06
  • Archive: Scientists consulted on massive Santa Barbara oil spill clean-up; locals outraged

    03:43
  • 'Dirty and dangerous': Another major spill exposes Big Oil's poor preparedness 

    06:09
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iSave creates fix for energy efficiency

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Changing climate causes companies to find innovative ways to become more energy efficient. Ed Schultz traveled to the iSave training facility in Chicago where the company found conservation solutions for big businesses.