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Sun shining behind wind turbine in ocean (© John Moore/Getty Images)

United States progresses toward climate goals

Both the private and public sectors are ramping up the production of clean energy and electric vehicles to meet climate goals.
Blinken standing next to man pointing at display model of different kinds of clean energy (© Andrew Harnik/AP Images)

Improving the Philippines’ access to clean energy

A U.S. government grant is supporting offshore wind projects in the Philippines that could bring clean energy to more than 2 million homes.
Aerial view of solar panels on large building (© Scalo Solar Solutions)

Green jobs in Pittsburgh and La Guajira

Learn how the U.S. private and public sectors are working to create more green energy jobs around the world.
Man driving machine that transports solar panels at manufacturing plant (© Tony Dejak/AP Images)

Protecting the climate and creating jobs

The U.S. private sector is creating green energy jobs at home and abroad, as a part of the U.S. commitment to tackling climate change.
Hand of woman plugging charging cable into electric vehicle (© Santiago Mejia/The San Francisco Chronicle/Getty Images)

A united world can beat back climate change

Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry recently laid out global action that the world can take to tackle climate change and spur economic growth.
Death Valley in bloom (© AP Images)

ShareAmerica: Trending Now

Welcome to Trending Now, a weekly snapshot of what’s happening in the United States that you might have missed.
Illustration of wind blowing turbine (State Dept./Doug Thompson)

5 myths about wind energy

Wind energy has come a long way. Today it's more efficient and cheaper than ever. What do you think you know about wind energy that isn't true?
Line of wind turbines on ridge (ERCOT)

Everything is big in Texas, including wind power

It only took a few years — and good planning — to make big oil producer Texas the leader in U.S. wind energy.
Rows of whirling wind turbines on hills (© AP Images)

This is where the world will get its electricity in 2040

The worldwide mix of fuels used to generate electricity is shifting, with a greater reliance on renewable energy sources and natural gas.