Kansas City plans curbside charging for electric vehicles on streetlights

The federally funded pilot project could become a model for other cities looking to close gaps in charging infrastructure.

How Minnesota’s Pollution Control Agency approaches its environmental equity push

Among the Walz administration’s efforts, its proposed budget would allow the MPCA to beef up its enforcement of emissions standards — the lack of which, the agency says, often creates inequities.

STATEMENT: Readout of President Biden, Vice President Harris, and Secretary Buttigieg’s Meeting with House Members on Infrastructure

The World’s Largest Intact Forest Is In Danger. Here’s How To Save It.

The boreal forest is threatened by climate change and human activity. Without urgent action, it could reach a terrifying tipping point.

Spotlight: climate change law, regulation and policy in Puerto Rico

GM Looking to Build Second Battery Factory in U.S.

General Motors and joint-venture partner LG Chem are close to completing a decision to locate the plant in Tennessee, said people familiar with the matter.

Visa Agreement with MP2 Energy Adds Renewable Energy Capacity to the Virginia Grid

Texas and Florida had large small-scale solar capacity increases in 2020

Bill introduced to protect public lands in Nevada

2021 NYC Environmental Candidate School Recap