A former coal-fired power plant in New Jersey was imploded Friday, and its owners announced plans for a new $1 billion venture on the site, where batteries will be deployed to store power from clean energy sources including wind and solar.
For decades, 1960s research for the American Petroleum Institute warning of the risks of burning fossil fuels had been forgotten. But two papers discovered in libraries are now playing a key role in lawsuits aimed at holding oil companies accountable for climate change.
Democrats in control: Advocates want action on justice, climate and “stronger leadership” from Gov. Whitmer
“Deal with the problem of environmental racism head on and finally put it to bed.”
The U.S. Department of the Interior oversees public lands, national parks and wildlife refuges, and has a major impact on the nation's environmental direction.
Here's a look at four previous men who led the department in less-than-admirable ways. They offer lessons as we choose our political leaders.
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Is China ready to lead on protecting nature? At the upcoming UN biodiversity conference, it will preside and set the tone.
China has rich natural resources and is seeking to play a leadership role in global conservation, but its economic goals often take priority over protecting lands and wildlife.
After declaring nine months ago that it would start factoring climate change into regulatory decisions about major gas projects, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has thrown up its collective hands and concluded that it doesn’t know how. At least not yet. The uncertainty was conveyed last month when the commission’s five members, all presidential appointees, […]
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Instead of focusing on negotiations, let the main event be information sharing, financing and partnerships that produce faster technological change.
"Pregnant women, and men planning to conceive a pregnancy, have a responsibility to protect the reproductive health of the offspring they are creating."