Poison in the air

The EPA allows polluters to turn neighborhoods into “sacrifice zones” where residents breathe carcinogens. ProPublica reveals where these places are in a first-of-its-kind map and data analysis.

Meet the pint-sized protester giving Greta a run for her money

The most detailed map of cancer-causing industrial air pollution in the U.S.

Using the EPA’s data, we mapped the spread of cancer-causing industrial air emissions down to the neighborhood level. Look up your home to see if you and your loved ones are living in a hot spot.

Clean energy jobs poised for continued growth in Wisconsin

Virginia adopts bold clean energy law

Virginia Joins the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, Finally

Detroit says its new climate strategy will empower residents. Activists have questions

On the corner of Whittier Street and Greensboro Street, a group of volunteers from Camp Restore Detroit help clean up the corridor.

“The reality is that we already have the solutions; the solution should be coming from the community,” one local leader said of Detroit’s new climate planning effort.

Detroit says its new climate strategy will empower residents. Activists have questions 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.

Ohio’s solar project queue on pace to surpass coal capacity this decade

Rows of solar panels

Energy Harbor’s announced closing of the Sammis plant means solar projects in Ohio’s regulatory pipeline already exceed the coal power that will remain after 2028.

Ohio’s solar project queue on pace to surpass coal capacity this decade 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.

White House Takes Dramatic Steps To Limit Methane Emissions In Major Climate Policy

Methane is the second most common greenhouse gas after carbon dioxide.

Leaders confess climate sins at COP26