Investments in clean electricity, electrification, and efficiency will save the average household $500 annually in reduced energy costs.
As litigation continues over efforts to address climate change, it is critical that America’s federal courts include judges with professional expertise advancing climate protection policies.
With the federal government poised to make historic investments in deploying clean technology, America also needs policies that build renewable energy supply chains at home.
The oil lobby is undermining climate action and stand to benefit from the largest oil and gas lease sale to date.
Nurse and scientist Roxana Chicas urges the U.S Environmental Protection Agency to protect public health and the climate by cleaning up pollution from cars.
CAP recommendations would optimize the annual federal climate science budget process and timeline to provide necessary funding for the administration’s climate agenda.
State Sen. Chloe Maxmin and state Rep. Scott Cuddy discuss Maine's clean energy progress, just transition, lessons learned for federal policymakers, and more.
Sean O’Leary of the Ohio River Valley Institute, Nancy Hirsh of the NW Energy Coalition and member of the Centralia Coal Transition Board, and Emmett Pepper of Energy Efficient West Virginia discuss how the retirement of a coal plant successfully led to local economic development and how the Centralia model can apply to other communities.
Ocean carbon dioxide removal solutions may contribute to policies and strategies that achieve the goal of negative emissions by midcentury, but implementation at scale must be balanced with concerns about unintended environmental impacts, environmental justice, a social license to operate, and governance issues.
The financial toll of extreme weather events fueled by climate change is at an all-time high and requires that Congress take bold action to move the country toward a 100 percent clean future.
Congress can raise revenues to fund climate action on public lands by fixing the broken federal leasing program.
Companies are resorting to extreme measures to protect their own operations from the effects of climate change, even as their lobbyists stall reform.
This video tells the story of Frank, who, after being released from prison, joined the IBEW and built a career as an electrician focusing on electric vehicle chargers.
Congress is on the verge of major legislation that would be strong enough to confront the climate crisis.
Life-threatening extreme heat is here to stay, but with targeted congressional investments, its public health and economic impacts—felt most acutely by low-income communities and people of color—don’t have to be.