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  1. carbon emissions 24, most recently on 30 October 2016
  2. wind power 6, most recently on 05 July 2016
  3. wind energy 5, most recently on 29 December 2016
  4. biomass 4, most recently on 21 August 2016
  5. renewable energy 3, most recently on 19 December 2016
  6. solar energy 3, most recently on 02 January 2017
  7. coal power 2, most recently on 02 February 2017
  8. electricity supply 1, most recently on 22 July 2015
  9. sustainable energy 1, most recently on 31 July 2016
  1. In coal power The West's largest coal-fired power plant may close https://t.co/mnP4WFe9oG Here's why that's a big deal https://t.co/Ak34T5ZKVB on 02 February 2017 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  2. In solar energy Solar energy installations outpaced wind, gas, coal, hydro and nuclear in 2016 https://t.co/7lzfDhvfpd on 02 January 2017 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  3. In wind energy Why is corporate America picking wind power over solar? https://t.co/sDdLyzzpdN via @guardian https://t.co/Ecpf7KWSoL on 29 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  4. In renewable energy Google wants to be 100% driven by renewable energy next year https://t.co/0eJ0HAYuBp https://t.co/G4P2rxWAbd on 19 December 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  5. In coal power Britain's last coal power plants to close by 2025 https://t.co/MWgv8bAhH6 via @guardian https://t.co/bnApbwQRom on 12 November 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  6. In carbon emissions Record warmth has caused U.S. carbon emissions to reach a 25-year low https://t.co/tEYegDc27w https://t.co/WELMNuakUu on 30 October 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  7. In carbon emissions A record-warm 2016 has helped shrink carbon emissions in the U.S. https://t.co/kbbODnNXOn https://t.co/T313p5G8Qx on 17 October 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  8. In carbon emissions The strange reason carbon emissions hit their lowest point since 1991 in the U.S. this year https://t.co/tw1keM9Dh4 on 16 October 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  9. In carbon emissions In the U.S., natural gas is expected to create more carbon pollution that coal this year https://t.co/CdaJyWiEUE on 11 September 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  10. In biomass Some members of Congress are trying very hard to prevent the EPA from regulating climate pollution from wood energy https://t.co/kMWAsMDBz8 on 21 August 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  11. In biomass Congress has tried six times in 13 months to prevent the EPA from regulating climate pollution from wood energy https://t.co/kMWAsMDBz8 on 21 August 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  12. In biomass Congress keeps trying to prevent the EPA from regulating climate pollution from wood energy https://t.co/5MDgS9P0T5 https://t.co/wdlufTPxX7 on 17 August 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  13. In biomass The EU is looking to close a loophole in how it treats biomass energy https://t.co/ipFLG3ZrLc https://t.co/muaGXNxgSW on 13 August 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  14. In carbon emissions Scientists are developing an artificial leaf that can turn carbon dioxide emissions into fuel https://t.co/qLUvNdIS38 on 12 August 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  15. In sustainable energy Here comes the sun: U.S. solar power market hits all-time high https://t.co/LfUJFeYtwJ via @guardian https://t.co/bSD2oJ7VOT on 31 July 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  16. In carbon emissions Scientists have turned CO2 into stone https://t.co/Lpt89GR7L7 https://t.co/kWvMsDn2ju on 07 July 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  17. In wind power This is how China can easily meet its Paris Agreement commitment https://t.co/mcSv5uZXyl https://t.co/WBWSsSokzi on 05 July 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  18. In wind power Wind could be an ample source of clean energy for China https://t.co/SaiU9TtFkP https://t.co/kPt0EwSl0q on 03 July 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  19. In carbon emissions Carbon emissions from transportation are becoming America's largest source of climate pollution https://t.co/UgYFVZw6pR on 01 July 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  20. In carbon emissions Scientists just turned carbon emissions to stone. Literally https://t.co/gpzzFQuxLW https://t.co/hu8XFdeLUB on 28 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  21. In solar energy Get the details on solar power potential in your town https://t.co/kbTjvdBC0R https://t.co/s1zZpxodJ1 on 25 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  22. In wind power China could do so much with wind energy to power its economy https://t.co/hxF6bso257 https://t.co/QdKkWWeAGF on 23 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  23. In wind power China can tap just 10% of its wind resources to provide 25% of its electricity by 2030 https://t.co/u8vALvao9u https://t.co/fYz8WFK7dl on 23 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  24. In carbon emissions Carbon emissions from farming are rising https://t.co/J0wZg4IIEd https://t.co/r7YrlGnEOh on 18 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  25. In carbon emissions World carbon emissions stopped growing in 2015, says BP https://t.co/YeNiWPfCGx via @guardian https://t.co/KFmAZ2lbDP on 11 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  26. In wind energy Wind and solar could meet nearly all Midwest energy needs by 2050, researcher says https://t.co/QBHXaAr0Q3 via @MWenergynews on 03 June 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  27. In carbon emissions U.S. power plant carbon dioxide emissions are now 21 percent below 2005 levels https://t.co/hLMlShic49 https://t.co/OkITPWIaKS on 27 May 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  28. In carbon emissions Carbon dioxide emissions from electric power plants have fallen to their lowest levels in decades https://t.co/q02KBAvdyr on 22 May 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  29. In carbon emissions No carbon emissions targets have been set for international shipping... yet https://t.co/kFew2aIWfa https://t.co/WUkdhGDm0e on 15 May 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  30. In carbon emissions Methane warms the climate 86 times as much as carbon dioxide over a period of 20 years https://t.co/HNNNz9yRjc https://t.co/qcwFjQXY7T on 14 May 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  31. In renewable energy Here's what it would take for the U.S. to run on 100% renewable energy https://t.co/oCc8Ol5wzD via @voxdotcom https://t.co/CFv2htLjQB on 04 May 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  32. In solar energy Can you power a business on 100% renewable energy? Ikea wants to try https://t.co/JCl80x6hYI via @guardian https://t.co/p2j2dHnTlP on 09 April 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  33. In wind energy America's next experiment in offshore wind energy has been given the green light in Virginia https://t.co/ud9kG4zoDn https://t.co/lJbwBhyWir on 02 April 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  34. In wind energy America's next venture in offshore wind energy has been given the green light https://t.co/V3YK0e9LFA https://t.co/Ga7MjLeyME on 01 April 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  35. In renewable energy Renewable energy development soared across the globe in 2015 https://t.co/mwu5frO8W9 https://t.co/pJ0kjmTI4B on 31 March 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  36. In wind power Wind and solar energy made up nearly two-thirds of the new electric power plant capacity built in the U.S. in 2015. https://t.co/vvRLhvIQdY on 28 March 2016 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  37. In wind energy Global warming may boost wind energy in Plains states: http://t.co/z7WPGV3bqa http://t.co/QDKDTzjT0l on 29 July 2015 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite
  38. In electricity supply Renewables now supply more electricity than nuclear in Japan, China and India: http://t.co/eZDo6Vchxn @Reuters http://t.co/uCW2kdiwxA on 22 July 2015 » Reply » Retweet » Favorite