A proposed hydro project in Kauai — the first of its kind in the world — could supply up to a quarter of the island’s power by diverting 4 billion gallons a year from the Waimea River.
Brittany Lyte, Honolulu Civil Beat
The conglomerate controls a 36,000-unit virtual power plant. Up next? Unleashing it to help the national grid decarbonize.
Julian Spector, Canary Media
ESG is called “woke capitalism” by the right and “greenwashing” by the left. But to most investors, it’s just common sense.
A new report lists 10 policies to constrain polluting infrastructure and achieve key climate goals.
After decades of exclusion, communities most impacted by ongoing drought insist they be heard.
Weather alerts can save lives — but you have to have a good internet connection.
Internal FBI documents indicate a larger federal law enforcement assessment related to “Anarchist extremism” and domestic terrorism.
La única manera de acabar con los daños persistentes de la contaminación por plomo es eliminar la exposición. Es posible lograrlo con las medidas adecuadas.
No es solo un problema del pasado. Esto es lo que puedes hacer para proteger el futuro de todos.
The Denka facility releases thousands of pounds of carcinogens into the air of a predominantly Black Louisiana town every year.
The only way to stop the long-lasting harms of lead poisoning in children is to end exposure to the chemical — and with data-driven and community-based action, that’s possible.
It’s not just a problem of the past. With these tips, you can help protect everyone’s future.
White House economists warned this week that rising temperatures threaten infrastructure, insurance programs, and human health.
Up to 1.2 million butts could be diverted from Australian landfills to a laboratory where scientists will work to transform the byproduct into a polystyrene replacement.
Henry Belot, The Guardian
CircleIT’s groundbreaking recycling solutions are part of the global movement to keep more devices out of landfills.
Since the Standing Rock protests in 2017, 19 states have passed so-called critical infrastructure laws.
As coal declines, miners’ unions are struggling to bargain for better conditions.
The Biden administration told justices it doesn't have an obligation to bring more water to the reservation.
World needs a “quantum leap” in climate ambition to stave off devastating consequences.
Big Oil has long counted on corporate-friendly federal courts to get rid of climate suits.