Dutch Court Gives Shell Nine Years to Cut Its Carbon Emissions...

In a landmark ruling being hailed by climate activists as “game-changing,” a Dutch court on Wednesday ordered Royal Dutch Shell to cut its...

As California’s Drought Worsens, the Biden Administration Cuts Water Supplies and...

The impacts of California’s deepening drought hit home for Central Valley farmers earlier this week, when federal officials announced they didn’t have enough...

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,...

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...

For the Second Time in Four Years, the Ninth Circuit Has...

The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals this month ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to go back and reconsider its lead hazard standards...

Fighting Attacks on Inconvenient Science—and Scientists

Any scientist whose research might conceivably threaten the bottom line of powerful corporate interests risks facing an orchestrated campaign to destroy their reputation.  That’s...

North Dakota, Using Taxpayer Funds, Bailed Out Oil and Gas Companies...

When North Dakota directed more than $66 million in federal pandemic relief funds to clean up old oil and gas wells last year,...

Warming Trends: What Happens Once We Stop Shopping, Nano-Devices That Turn...

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How Pay-to-Play Politics and an Uneasy Coalition of Nuclear and Renewable...

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New Arctic Council Reports Underline the Growing Concerns About the Health...

The Arctic is now warming three times as fast as the global average, and faces an ongoing barrage of dangerous climate and environmental...

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Ice Storm Aftermath: More Climate Extremes Ahead for Galveston

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

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California’s Relentless Droughts Strain Farming Towns

Sandra Chavez was 13 years old when her family’s well went dry in 2014, two years into California’s last major drought. Their tap...