state legislatures

Top Tweets
Poll shows strong voter support for suing oil companies over climate impact
Amid LNG’s Gulf Coast expansion, community hopes to stand in its way
Trump vows to dismantle Biden’s electric vehicle policies
gardens biodiversity climate resilience
energy prices & deregulation
Ninara/Flickr

Why are energy prices so high? Some experts blame deregulation.

California and the 34 other states that have deregulated all or parts of their electricity system tend to have higher rates than the rest of the country.
Environmentalist Bill McKibben on New Hampshire and the climate crisis

Q&A: Environmentalist Bill McKibben on New Hampshire and the climate crisis

The Bulletin spoke with author and environmentalist Bill McKibben about the climate crisis in New Hampshire, the state’s role in addressing it, and why he believes biomass is a dumb way to do it.
Top Story
Opinion: Climate solutions are as close as your City Hall or school board

Opinion: Climate solutions are as close as your City Hall or school board

The public must make the transition from green consumers to green citizens.
Fight looms over New York's bid to slow crypto-mining boom

Fight looms over New York's bid to slow crypto-mining boom

Crypto interests are lobbying Gov. Kathy Hochul to veto a groundbreaking bill that would temporarily halt new crypto-mining projects at fossil-fuel burning plants.
Opinion
Schwarzenegger: Don't let California regulators raise the cost of solar

Schwarzenegger: Don't let California regulators raise the cost of solar

Removing incentives to encourage homeowners to install solar panels is a bad idea.
‘Now it's coming back to bite them': Democrats see an opening in G.O.P. oversight of Texas grid
www.nytimes.com

‘Now it's coming back to bite them': Democrats see an opening in G.O.P. oversight of Texas grid

As the state reels from power outages, Democrats look to turn the tables on the Republicans who dominate state government.
Mississippi set to become the 13th state to criminalize fossil fuel protest

Mississippi set to become the 13th state to criminalize fossil fuel protest

A bill intended to have a chilling effect threatens seven years in prison for protesters and up to $100,000 in fines for groups supporting them.
ORIGINAL REPORTING
MOST POPULAR
CLIMATE