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midwestenergynews.com — The Midwest's electricity grid operator later this year is expected to add more than 15,000 miles of transmission and 30,000 megawatts of generation to its system overnight - at midnight, to be precise, on Dec. 18.
npr.org — Climate change is a stark reality in America's northernmost state. Nearly 90 percent of native Alaskan villages are on the coast, where dramatic erosion and floods have become a part of daily life. Perched on the Ninglick River on the west coast of the state, the tiny town of Newtok may be the state's most vulnerable village.
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