US House Democrats Spell Out Climate, Clean Energy Priorities in Sweeping Plan

The net-zero-by-2050 roadmap calls for clean energy tax credits, transmission expansion and a more resilient grid. Democratic members of [...]

How Community Choice Aggregation Fits Into California’s Clean Energy Future

CCAs are pushing ahead of California utilities’ renewable energy goals—and facing challenges in sharing the burden with investor-owned utilities. [...]

Trump Signs Military Funding Bill That Includes Focus on Energy, Climate Security

While the Trump administration denies climate change, U.S. armed forces are preparing for energy and climate resiliency. President Donald [...]

Trump Says US Is ‘Getting Out’ of Paris Agreement, But Will Negotiate a Fair Deal

In a statement today from the White House, President Donald Trump fulfilled his campaign promise to withdraw the U.S. [...]

Climate Change Economics May Trump Politics

Last week hundreds of thousands of Americans took to the streets to protest what they saw as the evisceration of environmental [...]

Does Donald Trump’s Presidential Triumph Spell the End of America’s Climate Progress?

Donald Trump has pulled off one of the biggest electoral shocks in US history, beating Democrat Hillary Clinton to [...]

New York State Assembly Passes ‘Most Ambitious’ Climate Bill in the Nation

New York’s Assembly passed a bill Wednesday that would require the state to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions from [...]

Will California Redouble its Push for Clean Energy? It All Rides on This Upcoming Vote

It’s difficult to overstate how important California is to the US clean energy effort. For decades it has been [...]

French Energy Transition Bill Adopted

France’s National Assembly yesterday gave final approval of the country’s energy transition bill. Under the legislation, France’s reliance on [...]

Australian States Must Show Climate Change Leadership

Much has been made of Australian Prime Minister’s Tony Abbott’s backward (read: downright insane) environmental and energy policies, without [...]