Representative Debra Lekanoff Works to Protect Washington’s Communities, Both Human and Salmon

GlacierHub interviews Debra Lekanoff, the only Native American woman currently serving in Washington’s state legislature.

Apply Now for Virtual Executive Training on Sustainable Investments in Agriculture

The Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment’s annual training session will be held online in June 2021.

CO2 Dip May Have Helped Dinosaurs Walk From South America to Greenland

A new study identifies a climate phenomenon that may have helped sauropodomorphs spread northward across the Pangea supercontinent.

California pledged to achieve 100% clean energy. That was the easy part

Richmond: Cleanup at Chevron refinery oil spill site, city beaches continues after leak

Renewables, gas generators seen as winners in green hydrogen-tinged future

Q&A With Gloriose Nsengiyumva, Who Puts Climate Adaptation Into Action

Seasonal climate forecasts can help farmers stave off poverty and hunger. Nsengiyumva helps farmers in Africa interpret those forecasts.

Philip J. Landrigan, Samantha Fisher: Trump’s environmental and occupational policies are the other public health disasters

President Biden faces steep challenges in undoing the damage done by the Trump administration’s rollback of regulations that safeguard America’s greatest resources: our children and our workers.

Montana cities working with NorthWestern Energy on clean power options

Kids climate litigants push high court fight some call reckless

The young plaintiffs behind an ambitious climate lawsuit are taking their case to the U.S. Supreme Court, despite warnings from environmental lawyers that the attempt could backfire.