Atlanta’s inclusive efforts to battle economic inequality and climate change in tandem can guide cities throughout the United States.
Recent policy developments have spurred investment in conservation, but an executive order signed by President Trump now undermines efforts to unlock economic growth and a better future for America’s land, water, and wildlife.
Despite the president being a climate denier, the Trump administration is going to great lengths to avoid talking about it.
The United States must continue to address the global challenges presented by climate change, such as water scarcity, in order to mitigate and prevent the threats they pose to national and international security.
The Trump administration has caused nothing but despair for most people anxious about climate change, but there is an alternative path for making progress that could also help to keep this nightmare short lived.
Investment in low-carbon and climate-resilient development is in the economic and security interests of the United States.
Nashville’s plan to make the city more livable in the midst of rapid population and economic growth can reach all residents by expanding improvements in communities that need them the most.
Trump’s hastily prepared budget plan will undermine U.S. national security, erode public health and environmental standards, and cost the American people dearly in the long run.
President Donald Trump is poised to launch a backdoor assault on America’s cornerstone environmental protections by going after their foundation: science.
By making forward-thinking investments in infrastructure and helping communities prepare for a changing climate, the Trump administration can cut federal disaster spending, save lives, and help all Americans prosper.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to Washington highlighted that the North American relationship on climate change is in danger of regressing—but states, provinces, and cities can push it forward.
Beijing is watching to see whether the Trump administration will bolster or undermine American interests vis-a-vis China.
Oil and gas companies affiliated with a lawsuit to block the Environmental Protection Agency’s limits on methane pollution wasted enough methane to power 4 million homes in 2015.
Tillerson and the incoming administration have indicated that they would cede U.S. leadership on clean energy to other powers—a decision at odds with their own America-first philosophy.
Policymakers should combine carbon pricing with policies that push technology development in order to cut carbon pollution from the transportation sector.