by Claire Moser, Guest Contributor Posted on August 29, 2014
If it’s August, there’s a good chance you’ll spot Members of Congress outside, even those politicians who fervently oppose protecting America’s iconic landscapes.
by Katie Valentine Posted on August 29, 2014
The young woman selected by the UN will address more than 100 international leaders during the UN's Climate Summit in September.
by Jeff Spross Posted on August 29, 2014
The IEA said renewables now produce 22 percent of the world's electricity, likely rising to 26 percent by 2020 -- though this pace won't ultimately meet international climate targets.
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by Andrew Breiner Posted on August 28, 2014
It's a big year for fighting climate change in Chile.
by Jeff Spross Posted on August 28, 2014
The city of London is testing out hybrid buses that can wirelessly recharge their batteries at bus stops, while British rail operators are trying out purely battery-powered trains.
by Katie Valentine Posted on August 28, 2014
The decision is a "result of the most extensive rulemaking ever undertaken by NOAA," according to the agency.
by Emily Atkin Posted on August 27, 2014
Increasing rooftop solar is just one part of a plan that HECO says will make Hawaii the highest renewable energy-using state in the country.
Scientists increasingly believe that underground disposal of fracking wastewater is causing earthquakes -- not only in Texas, but across the country.
by Jeff Spross Posted on August 27, 2014
New research published Tuesday is also the first to quantify how fast these "baked in" emissions are growing as more power plants are constructed.
by Joe Romm Posted on August 27, 2014
If the Post's editorial series means they're now serious about the threat of climate change, here's more they can do.