Nuestra nueva serie de narración de historias, "LIT: Historias a la Vanguardia de la Justicia Climática", busca elevar los relatos de personas que luchan por un futuro justo y un clima habitable, e inspirar a otros a que hagan lo mismo.
Our new storytelling series, LIT: Stories from the Frontlines of Climate Justice, seeks to elevate the stories of people pushing for a just future and livable climate — and inspire others to do the same.
Mientras que huracanes e incendios forestales de proporciones históricas afectan a miles de estadounidenses, el presidente Trump y Scott Pruitt tratan de asegurar que los Estados Unidos no haga nada para controlar el cambio climático.
As world leaders gathered last week in Marrakech to figure out how to avoid the end of the world as we know it, a surprising plot twist upped the suspense. After this election, can we still save the planet?
A diverse coalition of community, environmental and renewable energy industry organizations are fighting to keep solar power affordable and economically competitive against heavily subsidized fossil fuels.
Wherever Women’s History Month is observed, there are people celebrating the life and legacy of Rachel Carson, but even the wildly original Carson owed a debt to the courageous women who came before her.
Our aging electric grid is in need of a major renovation to deliver electricity reliably into the next century, and one way or another, that overhaul will cost us a lot of money. The question is whether we throw more money at propping up the old architecture that is designed to deliver electricity from big fossil-fuel fired power plants, or make the forward-looking investments necessary to harness the clean energy that our future requires.
The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change cements the urgency for U.S. leaders to move boldly and quickly on climate change, and the most logical place to start is the nation's fleet of power plants.