New Report: Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss Must Be Tackled Together,...

Slowing global warming and stemming the loss of biodiversity have been viewed as independent challenges for years. But a new landmark report concludes that...

Inside Clean Energy: Solar Panel Prices Are Rising, but Don’t Panic.

Since I started covering energy in 2008, the global average price for a solar panel has fallen more than 90 percent, helping to...

Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Food Production are Far Greater Than Previous...

Emissions from food production, already considered one of the biggest contributors to climate change, have been underestimated for decades, potentially skewing the pledges...

The Acceleration of an Antarctic Glacier Shows How Global Warming Can...

The Pine Island Glacier, sometimes called the “soft underbelly” of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, suddenly started moving about 10 to 12 percent...

Thousands Came to Minnesota to Protest New Construction on the Line...

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

How Capturing Floodwaters Can Reduce Flooding and Combat Drought

Farmers toil at the mercy of nature’s whims, which can prove particularly vexing in California.  Even before climate change, bouncing between drought and deluge...

Dawn Goodwin and 300 Environmental Groups Consider the new Line 3...

Leeches love Northern Minnesota. The “Land of 10,000 Lakes” (technically, the state sports more than 11,000, plus bogs, creeks, marshes and the headwaters...

Wealthy Nations Continue to Finance Natural Gas for Developing Countries, Putting...

As the world’s governments try to raise their collective climate ambitions, one of the biggest questions is whether developing countries can expand their...

In Two Opposite Decisions on Alaska Oil Drilling, Biden Walks a...

The political tug-of-war over President Joe Biden’s climate policy played out on the tundra-covered North Slope of Alaska last week. On Tuesday, the Biden...

An Explosion in Texas Shows the Hidden Dangers of Tanks Holding...

This is the second in a series of articles. This article was produced in collaboration with Berkeley Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program. Justin Chambers arrived at...

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Shipping Looks to Hydrogen as It Seeks to Ditch Bunker Fuel

This article is the sixth part of a Financial Times series examining whether hydrogen can help cut emissions across industries from transport to...

The EPA Calls an Old Creosote Works in Pensacola an Uncontrolled Threat to Human...

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One of Country’s 10 Largest Coal Plants Just Got a Retirement Date. What About...

To survive among the shrinking fleet of U.S. coal-fired power plants, it helps to be extremely big. On April 22, American Electric Power announced...

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...

As Nations Gather for Biden’s Virtual Climate Summit, Ambitious Pledges That Still Fall Short...

WASHINGTON—Within this decade, the United States will cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half, China will begin phasing down its coal consumption, and...