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  1. The fight over how to power the developing world
    Clean energy advocates see a big opening to bring power to the world's estimated 2 billion people living in "energy poverty" or without electricity. But energy incumbents aren't likely to willingly give up potential customers.
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  2. Salesforce, Hilton SF commit to renewables — and to easier power purchase deals
    A slew of San Francisco companies have committed to buying renewable power, but they're also working to make those power purchases less complicated.
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  3. Statoil opens a window, but will other oil companies follow?
    The Norwegian extractives giant is the first of its kind to disclose payments to governments. It’s time for the rest of the industry to do the same.
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  4. 3 ways to improve global climate research
    Regional hubs, truly global science and a smoother process would improve the IPCC’s climate reports.
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  5. What I learned talking climate change in Paris
    The opening day of the Business & Climate Summit in Paris yield a few thoughts on how the world's biggest brands might play.
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  6. Can multinationals survive the ‘Breakthrough Decade’?
    When it comes to big business, can today’s incumbents become tomorrow’s insurgents?
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  7. The auto tech reckoning has arrived
    Can electric vehicles, self-driving cars and connected vehicles play nice with existing transportation systems?
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  8. 200 days from COP21, the momentum begins in Paris
    Just 200 days before one of the most important political events in generations, can the business community rise to the occasion? A report from our correspondent in Paris.
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  9. Why Tesla's hometown is investing in microgrids
    Private and public entities collaborate to build resiliency for critical infrastructure and contribute to the goals of a truly smart city.
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  10. 3 climate opportunities corporate America can't afford to miss
    Opinion: Ben Ratner argues that in order for the U.S. to seriously mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, businesses have to lead the way.
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