Preventing the next energy nightmare and curbing America’s carbon emissions will require spending billions to remake the nation’s grids.
“Seconds and minutes” from total catastrophe, the state struggled to handle an extreme weather event, which led to the largest forced power outage in U.S. history.
The right-leaning papers tend to drive public opinion, and now they’re backing Boris Johnson’s campaign to tackle climate change
The U.S. is updating a number with the potential to push federal regulations into overdrive
The Lancet released a report attributing 22,000 deaths in 2019 to the former president’s regulatory rollbacks, and other journals have also weighed in on policy.
Workers don’t want to be viewed as ‘collateral damage’
Plant closures put tens of thousands of jobs at risk in one of the most coal-dependent regions on Earth.
The third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases has a chance to leave the dirtiest fossil fuel behind
The British medical journal The Lancet released a new report attributing 22,000 deaths in 2019 to the former president’s regulatory rollbacks.
Nearly half the global supply for the raw material used to make solar panels is produced in the troubled Chinese region.
The COP26 meeting may be held virtually, making it more difficult for negotiators to hammer out a new agreement to slow global warming.
The president promised to direct cash toward communities on the front lines of climate change. Lowndes County is one of them.
New research shows man-made national boundaries stop species from reaching new habitats as climate change destroys their old ones.
Like most of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s 2018 report, it’s clunky and full of jargon, but it’s also one of the most influential ever written.
Students are encouraged to shrink their carbon footprint, not question how the country should decrease its environmental impact.