June 20th, 2020 | by Harry Stoltz
Lindsey Boylan is taking on representative Jerry Nadler’s NY-10 seat in the upcoming 2020 House election. Running on a platform of climate change legislation, curbing systemic inequality, and expanding economic rights, Boylan is pitching herself as someone who will actively fight for a progressive future
April 30th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor
The COVID-19 crisis is compounding risks for U.S. communities still contending with past extreme weather and climate-related disasters and bracing for future disasters. The recovery could likely be compounded by a string of extreme weather events starting this spring, continuing towards the end of summer when wildfire season peaks along with extreme heat and drought conditions, lasting well into the fall through the end of hurricane season
August 26th, 2019 | by Jennifer Sensiba
The small lessons climate change is teaching us along the way might be what saves our species. As important as clean technology is, how we use that technology -- what tactics we employ -- can make all the difference
November 21st, 2017 | by Tina Casey
Puerto Rico's never-ending power restoration struggle gets another setback as the now-notorious Whitefish Energy company halts work on its contract
September 28th, 2017 | by Carolyn Fortuna
Landscape architects and clean tech? Sounds like the old nature-versus-society conundrum, doesn't it? Well, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) says that homeowners can implement cutting-edge methods so that residential landscapes support the environment — no matter the location or property size. And the ASLA is backing up its argument with a series of free online sustainable design guides to help spread understanding about sustainable and resilient residential practices
September 10th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley
Houston was devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Now the question is whether it should be rebuilt with federal funds just as it was before or restructured so it is better able to meet the challenges of climate change in the future.
September 8th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley
First responders have filed suit against Arkema Chemical after its facility near Houston exploded and caught fire after Hurricane Harvey. They claim they suffered serious bodily injury as a result.
April 12th, 2016 | by Sandy Dechert
Wondering how prepared your state is for upcoming changes in climate? If you’re in Texas, you might be in for [&hellip
December 5th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan
Here’s some recent climate change, climate policy, and fossil fuel news for you, in case you missed it (a [&hellip
September 26th, 2011 | by Susan Kraemer
The latest casualty of the Republican-held House, in its witch hunt against renewable energy, is a huge distributed solar project that would have doubled the number of solar rooftop installs in the US, while cutting electricity costs to practically nothing for hard-pressed military families, many of whom return home to lives of long term disability and resulting hardship.
In partnership with military housing developers, SolarCity was to have installed as many as 160,000 solar roofs on military family housing, supplying cheaper and cleaner electricity from their own roofs. Its SolarStrong military program