Commentary: Why we intervened in Kentucky Power’s 3rd rate hike in 5 years

The Public Service Commission has an obligation to establish rates that are fair, just and reasonable to all ratepayers, writes Carrie Ray of the Mountain Association.

As Arizona lawmakers consider clean-water rules, critics say the proposal falls short

‘It’s cultural genocide’: inside the fight to stop a pipeline on tribal lands

The Line 3 route traverses land that Native American pipeline opponents say is protected by US treaties with Ojibwe nations

World Leaders Applaud America’s Formal Return To Paris Climate Agreement

While Friday’s return is heavily symbolic, world leaders say they expect America to prove its seriousness after four years of being pretty much absent.

Amid Texas storm, UN chief says it’s ‘complete ignorance’ to say cold weather nullifies the reality of climate change

Texas’ frozen power grid is a preview of climate change disasters to come

Eight priorities for calculating the social cost of carbon

Scientists explore how to recalculate the social cost of carbon

As Biden Seeks Answers on Climate’s Impact on Migration, Sydney Declaration Provides Legal Ground Rules for Action

The power of photography to motivate environmental engagement

Can photography lead to environmental engagement?  Three world-class photographers discussed their work with YPCCC Director Anthony Leiserowitz and the public in an hour-long conversation February 5th. Steve Winter, Henry Fair, and Tim Laman shared their images in Human Nature: Planet […]

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