A systematic program of investment in renewables and energy efficiency will create many more jobs than pipelines and pose far less threat to life on our planet.
With the money we spend on ICE and CBP, we could solar power nearly 35 million homes.
And while climate change affects everyone, majority-Native counties are disproportionately affected.
It kills the modest credits for wind, solar, and electric cars, while preserving much larger ones for fossil fuels.
A look at the real-life horrors our government is peddling this year — and a look at the movements rising up to stop them.
Trump’s coddling can’t save the notoriously dirty industry when cleaner options and better jobs abound.
Our culture of legalized bribery makes climate disasters more likely, but there’s an alternative.
Rick Perry was all ready to release a broadside against clean energy policies. Career civil servants pulled the rug out.
Investing in the renewable energy economy is a win-win-win for consumers, but fossil fuel interests will do anything to prove otherwise.
The mercury is rising, and so are utility bills. So why does this administration want to scrap those Energy Star labels that help us save?
As the Trump administration continues to falsely claim that fossil fuels are needed for job growth, cities and states can play a larger role in addressing climate change and creating jobs, IPS climate policy expert Basav Sen told Rising Up with Sonali.
As the Trump administration weighs its decision on the Paris Accord, our planet and our pockets remain at risk, Janet Redman tells the Real News Network.
States that invest in renewables are reaping the rewards. Those that stick to coal are courting a mining collapse.
Policy change at the state level can keep environmental policy rolling forward, even as the federal government tries to roll it back.
A new report explains how states and cities can lift up low-income households through green energy initiatives.