Speeding up permitting reform for clean energy projects is supported by both Republican and Democratic legislators. What is currently in place?
Navajo Nation in the American Southwest is involved in a Supreme Court case about access to water on the reservation. How might the justices rule?
An exclusive podcast episode featuring an extended conversation with Dr. Tareq Abu Hamed.
The 2023 IPCC AR6 synthesis report outlines optimistic solutions, which seemed to be buried under doom-and-gloom headlines last week.
Willow, a drilling project in Alaska’s North Slope, was approved this week. Outrage is all over social media, but why do many locals support Willow?
After a train derailed and flooded over 100,000 gallons of chemicals into nearby water and soil, accountability and common ground are needed in Ohio.
The United States has yet to ratify the treaty that established the United Nations Convention on Biodiversity as COP15 is underway.
A new fund to help developing countries recovering from climate change was created at COP27. Why is this beneficial even for the U.S.?
This year's UN Climate Change Conference aims to implement climate plans. It isn't the "first" talk of implementation, but some plans still fall short.
Six banks were subpoenaed over their net-zero pledges, which seems to be a financial move for these historically fossil fuel backers.