Coral Davenport

energy and environmental policy reporter for the New York Times

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Coral Davenport is an energy and environment policy reporter for the New York Times. She is a former environmental correspondent for National Journal.

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The U.S. is potentially losing billions of dollars of productivity amid weeks-long oppressive heat.

How a hotter planet drags down the global economy

The U.S. is potentially losing billions of dollars of productivity amid weeks-long oppressive heat.

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Ambitious climate change legislation is hanging by a thread. It’s part of the $3.5 trillion budget package Congressional democrats are debating.

Could West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin doom President Biden’s effort to curb climate change?

Ambitious climate change legislation is hanging by a thread. It’s part of the $3.5 trillion budget package Congressional democrats are debating.

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On Thursday, President Joe Biden unveiled an ambitious plan to cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in half by the end of the decade.

Biden wants 50% cut in greenhouse gas emissions by end of decade. What will that take?

On Thursday, President Joe Biden unveiled an ambitious plan to cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in half by the end of the decade.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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