These five clean energy and public health priorities for the president's second term are vital to slowing climate change and building on the clean energy successes of the past year.
The president should use his executive authority to protect our public lands for future generations, create jobs, and honor our natural and cultural heritage.
The inflated job numbers of the large oil and gas companies do not justify the industry’s longstanding tax breaks.
New York is the latest in a growing roster of state and municipal governments to establish green banks to unlock private capital investment in clean energy infrastructure.
The Obama administration should protect Alaska’s landscape and its $1.5 billion salmon industry.
Sen. Ron Wyden can cut $30 billion more as the new chair of the Senate Finance Committee.
Issue Brief Five years after the Bush administration’s oil and gas debacle near Utah’s national parks, a smarter approach to land management is within reach.
Issue Brief The Renewable Fuel Standard is creating a market for cleaner-burning biofuels, which is necessary to reduce carbon pollution in the transportation sector and address the threat of climate change.
Report The United States has been a leader in technical innovation and market transformation since the industrial revolution. But when it comes to the clean energy revolution, we risk falling behind.
Public lands can help solve the climate crisis rather than worsen it.
Issue Brief Domestic measures and international coordination in other forums are essential for progress on climate change.
Both mitigation and finance are necessary elements of a package to reduce emissions and build climate resilience.
The issue of loss and damage is getting a lot of attention at the climate talks in Warsaw, but there is more convergence and progress on this issue than it appears. Negotiators are working to set up a mechanism to address loss and damage and to agree to its primary functions.