As automakers go electric, Detroit group wants to ensure other modes aren’t forgotten

Megan Owens, executive director of Transit Riders United, at the showcase at Royal Oak’s transit center.

The future of Michigan mobility: autonomous rideshare vehicles, e-bikes, and propane-powered vehicles?

As automakers go electric, Detroit group wants to ensure other modes aren’t forgotten is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to support us please make a donation.

December Heat Shatters Records Across North America

Just six months after a “once in a thousand year” heat event in the Pacific Northwest, the same area is recording unprecedented warmth, which extends over much of North America. Below, see my Yale Climate Connections video on the June event. Nothing to see here, move along. Axios: A widespread and intense heatwave is roasting […]

Aussie minister runs scared of climate experts – Climate Weekly

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Meet an Ecologist Who Works for God (and Against Lawns)

The EPA Placed a Texas Superfund Site on its National Priorities List in 2018. Why Is the Health Threat Still Unknown? – Inside Climate News

First in a series with KERA in Dallas on the Delfasco Forge Superfund site in Grand Prairie, Texas, produced with the support of  Investigative Editing Corps in a pilot project with Report for America. The Beltrán family always stocks two to three cases of bottled water in the cluttered garage of their home in Grand Prairie, Texas. […]

‘Technical’ changes to North Carolina climate law still hang in the balance

The North Carolina State Legislative Building.

The legislature adjourned Monday without making corrections to the state’s landmark new climate law, leaving open the possibility, critics say, that Duke Energy could try to use errors and ambiguities to its advantage.

‘Technical’ changes to North Carolina climate law still hang in the balance is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to support us please make a donation.

High court keeps limits on lobster fishing to protect whales

Meet an Ecologist Who Works for God (and Against Lawns)

A Long Island couple say fighting climate change and protecting biodiversity starts at home. Or rather, right outside their suburban house.

Meet an Ecologist Who Works for God (and Against Lawns)

A Baltimore Urban Farm Fights for Food Sovereignty in the Face of Eviction