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.
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.
To prepare for North America’s shift to clean energy, U.S., Mexican, and Canadian governments and businesses should apply a proxy carbon price when evaluating potential long-term investments.
The new alignment of the United States, Mexico, and Canada on climate change—and the forthcoming North American Leaders’ Summit—present opportunities for these countries to undertake new, coordinated climate action.
Eleven companies emitted half of all methane pollution in the United States from onshore oil and gas production in 2014.
A Native American intertribal coalition has asked President Obama to create a national monument in Utah’s Bears Ears region.
Both the United States and China need to bolster domestic policy and steer overseas finance in climate-friendly directions.
Progress on ferreting out the twin scourges of illegal fishing activity and seafood fraud is a bipartisan priority that can deliver environmental and economic benefits.
The last two presidents have established massive marine reserves in the remote Pacific Ocean. Now it’s time to take similar action in the waters of the continental United States.
Congress should phase out nine wasteful tax breaks for the oil and gas industry to level the playing field with cleaner sources of energy.