Big Step Forward for $50 Billion Plan to Save Louisiana Coast

An environmental assessment said the project’s next step would largely benefit coastal areas, though it might also affect some marine life, especially dolphins.

In Chinese Desert, Solar Park is an Oasis

Why Are Fossil Fuel Pipelines Bad for Our Climate and Communities?

Opinion: Montgomery County Council declared a ‘climate emergency’ — then sabotaged a solar program

New satellite images show Northern California’s kelp forest almost gone

How California can avoid a Texas-size electricity catastrophe

Arizona seeks to create surface water protections after Clean Water Act rollback

Descendants of former slaves in the Brazilian Amazon are still waiting for their land rights

The process of providing land deeds to communities founded by former slaves was slow before Jair Bolsonaro, but the president’s budget cuts have completely stalled progress

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In India-Pakistan Standoff, Siachen Glacier Is No Passive Bystander

A recent study shows how on Siachen Glacier, the impacts of high-altitude warfare are two-way. As India and Pakistan’s armies have harmed the glacier, Siachen’s brutal conditions have also constrained military operations.

In Massachusetts, utility’s community solar plan leaves developers skeptical