The phone and media giant has spent $1 billion on recovery in the wake of wildfires and storms since 2016
Just one orphaned site in California could have emitted more than 30 tons of methane. There are millions more like it
The U.S. risks the long-term viability of its auto industry and more.
The democratic candidate’s plan has won over both groups, but he’ll have to choose between them if he’s elected.
Sunrise Movement’s co-founder Varshini Prakash is pulling cautious Democrats to the left.
Europe’s Green Deal would stimulate around 500 billion euros of government spending with the goal of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050.
Berta Cáceres became an environmental martyr by fighting the powerful interests backing clean energy in Central America.
As Germany debates Nord Stream 2, a wider shift is under way
Despite the campaign vow, 2020 coal production is expected to be down 31%. The bleak coal outlook could cost the president support in the Nov. 3 election.
Readiness grants aimed at hurricanes and floods have for years been far smaller than those for counter-terrorism.
A year ago, Blackjewel abruptly shuttered and left hundreds of miners out of work in Harlan County, Ky. Federal green stimulus investment could transform the region.
The EU wants to penalize less green producers selling into its market. Now tension over trade means a planned levy may end up just being symbolic.
They may make splashy climate pledges, but they’re far less likely to wield their influence over industry lobby groups.