Green Jobs and New Technology: A Look at Biden and Warren's Latest Climate Plans
Both plans draw on the progressive Green New Deal, prioritize environmental justice, and would be paid for by closing corporate tax loopholes.
House Democrats Unveil a Broad Infrastructure Package Targeting Climate Change
The proposal allocates tens of billions of dollars in funding to combat a variety of issues, including drinking water, broadband access, and health care.
Opioids, Renewable Energy, and Fireballs: Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
Doctors are caught in an illicit opioid scheme, Washington State moves toward renewable energy, and a fireball lights up the Mid-Atlantic.
Democrats and Republicans Support Clean and Renewable Energy, a New Survey Finds
There are important distinctions to make between the two when it comes to policy resolutions like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal, however.
How the Government Plans to Defend Itself Against the Young People Suing Over Climate Change
Reviewing the government's expert testimony, we can see what its strategy will be as the Juliana case comes to trial.
Nineteen Nations Vow to Phase Out Coal at U.N. Climate Conference
Officials from the alliance hope to more than double their number by next year's meeting.
The Insurance Industry Needs to Break Its Ties With Coal
Insurance companies have warned about the risks of climate change for more than 20 years, and it's time for them to walk the walk.
Chinese President Xi Jinping Warns Trump Not to Abandon the Paris Climate Agreement
China is making it clear that, if the Trump administration follows through on its threat to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, there will be a geopolitical price to pay.
Questions and Answers With Energy Guru Teryn Norris
In a Miller-McCune Q&A, the co-author of the 'Rising Tigers, Sleeping Giant' report addresses the United States' stumbling response to green energy.