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Dr. Bonnie Abbott (left) embraces her husband George as they watch flames engulf homes as the Marshall Fire spreads through a neighborhood in the town of Superior in Boulder County, Colorado on Thursday. Jason Connolly/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Thousands flee their homes as fast-moving winds drive wildfires in Colorado

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Winter storms in California's mountains drop record-breaking amounts of snow

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Rivian has made only a few hundred electric pickups. But investors are betting on its future. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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The Sun Belt is making a big play for the hot electric vehicle market

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British Columbia is looking at how it can adapt to prepare for more climate disasters

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What New York's ban on gas-powered heat could mean for the future of clean energy

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NYC bans natural gas in new buildings in an effort to combat climate change

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Senator Joe Manchin is followed by reporters as he leaves a caucus meeting with Senate Democrats at the U.S. Capitol Building on December 17, 2021 in Washington, DC. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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President Biden faces pressure to end fossil fuel development to fight climate change

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3 states and Washington agree to keep more water in Lake Mead amid dropping levels

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Infrastructure law may help Colorado's aim to tackle poverty and climate change

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President Biden signs the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, part of Biden's climate plans, in November on the South Lawn at the White House. Kenny Holston/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden's climate change plan stalls after Manchin opposes Build Back Better

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With the loss of Manchin's vote, Biden's climate change agenda may be doomed

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