It’s time for the world to consider sanctioning the U.S. and companies who benefit from its efforts to undermine climate action.
Trump’s coddling can’t save the notoriously dirty industry when cleaner options and better jobs abound.
Wind and solar could create many, many more jobs than coal — especially if the government stops propping it up.
We’re not getting green enough, fast enough, to made a big enough difference on the increase in global temperatures. Meanwhile, Trump is out to strangle anything and everything in his path.
Trump is trying to pit jobs against the climate, but we can have economic growth and protect the environment, Janet Redman tells the Real News Network.
But states are moving independent of the administration to protect us from a climate catastrophe.
The administration is actively denying climate change, but cities and states are fighting back.
Climate activists remain hopeful despite the potentially disastrous Trump administration.
A new IPS report found that there’s a huge amount of money lost in tax breaks that could help low-income families become energy efficient, Janet Redman tells the Real News Network.
In 2015 the Indiana governor told Obama in no uncertain terms that his state would not be complying with the Clean Power Plan.
As the D.C. District Court prepares to hear oral arguments on federal clean energy rules, electric utilities are pocketing money that could help America go green
How ending tax dodging by America’s electric utilities can help fund a job-creating, clean energy transition.
If Donald Trump wins and pulls the U.S. out of its climate change commitments, some countries wonder, why should they keep their own?
IPS Climate Policy program Director Janet Redman talks about the consequences of the Supreme Court stay of the Clean Power Plan.
The Clean Power Plan probably got a reprieve when the arch-conservative jurist died.