We visited British Columbia to see how the tax is faring in its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, gauge its impact on the economy, and see what lessons we can learn here in the United States about carbon pricing schemes.
Aging Dams and Clogged Rivers
3 Strategies for Building Equitable and Resilient Communities
A Market-Based Fix for the Federal Coal Program
Opportunities for the Next Executive Director of the Green Climate Fund
A Clean Energy Action Plan for the United States
While state attorneys general litigate in court this week against the Clean Power Plan, strong majorities in states across the nation show steady support for the contested rule.
Over the past decade, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has spent billions of taxpayer dollars to repair damage from extreme weather, a price tag that could increase with climate change.
The Clean Power Plan will expedite the deployment of renewables and cut carbon emissions and other pollutants that harm human health.
This fall, world leaders and science ministers have a shot at stepping up global action to avert catastrophic Arctic and global climate change.
Ten years after landmark bipartisan legislation made U.S. fisheries the most sustainably managed in the world, it’s time to think about what comes next for fish, fishermen, and fishing communities.
State attorneys general are investigating Exxon Mobil for fraud—if members of the House science committee do not stand in their way.
The G-20 has an opportunity to take up the mantle of climate leadership—starting with a focus on climate-compatible infrastructure.
America’s blue parks are a pillar of sustainable coastal economies and equitable access to the great outdoors.
Diversity, access, and inclusion should be prioritized for the centennial of the National Park Service.