Bees, butterflies and other pollinators to get a $5 million lift in Western Pennsylvania

Audubon administers portions of national conservation grants benefiting bees and butterflies.

As rainstorms grow more severe and frequent, communities fail to prepare for risks

President’s request for fiscal year (FY) 2022 discretionary funding

 

 

 

 

 

Cyclone Seroja kills 160 people, exposes Indonesia’s climate vulnerability

Campaigners say a government rollback of environmental regulations increases Indonesia’s vulnerability to flash floods and landslides

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Black, Latinx families bear the energy burden in Milwaukee, study finds

Aerial view of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

A report by the Sierra Club says residents of Black and Latinx neighborhoods in Milwaukee spend a far greater share of income on gas and electric utility bills, with advocates calling for debt forgiveness and empathy.

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Washington State Senate passes pair of landmark climate change bills

Commentary: To build energy resilience in Michigan, we must challenge DTE

It is time to cut through DTE’s greenwashing, and push for community-centered, locally governed energy solutions, write Matt Sehrsweeney and Ember McCoy of the Climate Action Movement.

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Federal boost helps tech race from lab to car

A person sits behind the wheel of a car with a laptop reading out statistics about the car's inner workings.

Michigan Technological University and Ohio State University are working to reduce fuel and energy consumption by using automated and connected vehicle technologies

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As early renewables near end-of-life, attention turns to recycling and disposal

Understanding and countering misinformation about climate change