House Committee Ignores States’ Rights by Interfering with Exxon Mobil Climate Denial Probe
State attorneys general are investigating Exxon Mobil for fraud—if members of the House science committee do not stand in their way.
Could the G-20 Become Coherent on Climate?
Issue Brief The G-20 has an opportunity to take up the mantle of climate leadership—starting with a focus on climate-compatible infrastructure.
The Dividends of Coastal Conservation in the United States
Report America’s blue parks are a pillar of sustainable coastal economies and equitable access to the great outdoors.
Parks for All
Report Diversity, access, and inclusion should be prioritized for the centennial of the National Park Service.
Bridging the Risk Modeling Gap
Issue Brief The United States can—and should—galvanize global progress on expanding climate-related risk insurance by launching a new partnership to expand and improve catastrophe modeling in developing countries.
Updated: Suing and Spewing—The Massive Pollution Behind the Fight to Overturn the Clean Power Plan
Charts The power producers affiliated with the lawsuit to overturn landmark carbon pollution limits increased their carbon emissions in 2014, according to an updated analysis.
Net Energy Metering
Issue Brief State policymakers are debating net energy metering in the context of electricity rates, the growing solar market, and reducing carbon emissions.
Girding the U.S. Electric Grid with Community Energy Storage
Issue Brief Distributed batteries for energy storage can collectively strengthen the electric grid against extreme weather.
Carbon Pricing in a Fiscal Context
Issue Brief The potential revenue from a price on carbon pollution would be a small percentage of the nation’s overall budget.
The North American Leaders Summit Should Put Fish on the Menu
If the leaders of the United States, Canada, and Mexico work together, they can curtail illegal fishing, reward honest fishermen, and act to save two critically endangered species.
Suing and Spewing
Issue Brief The power producers affiliated with the lawsuits against the EPA’s Clean Power Plan are responsible for 1.2 billion tons of carbon pollution each year.