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Air Pollution From Raising Livestock Accounts for Most of the 16,000 US Deaths Each...

Food production, primarily the raising of livestock, causes poor air quality that is responsible for  about 16,000 deaths a year in the United...

California’s Almond Trees Rely on Honey Bees and Wild Pollinators, but a Lack of...

In late winter, David Bradshaw walks the rows of blossoming almond trees in California’s San Joaquin Valley listening to the hum of his...

Climate Activists Converge on Washington With a Gift and a Warning for Biden and...

WASHINGTON—As President Joe Biden’s virtual climate summit began on Thursday, dozens of environmental activists from across the country tried to get his attention...

A New Book Feeds Climate Doubters, but Scientists Say the Conclusions are Misleading and...

The most ardent foes of climate policy in the Trump administration dreamed of staging a grand climate science debate. They called it a...

Biden’s Bet on Electric Vehicles Is Drawing Opposition from Republicans Who Fear Liberal Overreach

WASHINGTON—President Joe Biden’s infrastructure and jobs proposal would invest an historic $174 billion in electric vehicles, through consumer tax credits and direct spending...

Inside Clean Energy: What’s Cool, What We Suspect and What We...

Accompanied by throbbing electronic music and the requisite fog machines, the electric Ford F-150 Lightning made its debut last week in Dearborn, Michigan,...

As Extreme Weather Batters America’s Farm Country, Costing Billions, Banks Ignore...

Since the early 1980s, Dale Murden has grown citrus in the tip of southern Texas, where the Rio Grande winds through a sun-baked...

Expansion of I-45 in Downtown Houston Is on Hold, for Now,...

Termaria Bartley waited nearly three years for an apartment in Kelly Village, a public housing complex in Houston’s predominantly Black and Hispanic Fifth...

Jobs and Technology Take Center Stage at Friday’s Summit, With Biden...

President Biden wrapped up his virtual climate change summit on Friday, focusing on technological innovation, jobs and international cooperation. The event, which gathered together...

Chemours Says it Will Dramatically Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Aiming for...

The U.S.-based multinational chemical company Chemours says it will dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years on a path to effectively...

Can Biden’s Plan to Boost Offshore Wind Spread West?

In January 2016, Trident Winds, a small, Seattle-based wind company, submitted an unsolicited application to the U.S. Department of the Interior, laying out...

Ice Storm Aftermath: More Climate Extremes Ahead for Galveston

This article is the result of a partnership between Inside Climate News and The Galveston County Daily News.   GALVESTON, Texas—Last week Daniel Gonzales...

Biden’s Pipeline Dilemma: How to Build a Clean Energy Future While...

Even as President Joe Biden worked this week to shore up support for his push to invest $2 trillion in a new energy...

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The Supreme Court Sidesteps a Full Climate Change Ruling, Handing Industry a Procedural Win

The fossil fuel industry won a technical decision on Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in its favor on procedural grounds and...

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On a cloudy morning in early May, Diane Wilson lowered herself into a coffin in a boat on the trailer she’d parked to...

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The trickle of activists began on Thursday but it quickly grew into a stream that filled northern Minnesota campgrounds surrounding the Mississippi River...

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