Once a vital feature of climate talks, has the huddle had its day?

Under rules to prevent the spread of Covid, negotiators at Cop26 have been asked to keep a metre distance, meaning they need to find new ways to resolve differences

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Used EV batteries are storing solar power at grid scale — and making money at it

Without Biden Plan, Clean Energy Will Be Dominated by China

PV-Tech: China has started building work on the first 100GW phase of a solar and wind buildout that is likely to see hundreds of gigawatts deployed in the country’s desert regions. Speaking via video link at a United Nations Biodiversity Conference today (12 October), Chinese President Xi Jinping said construction on the initial phase, which […]

Colorado River Flow Trends are Ominous

Above graph from Brad Udall, drawing on his work with Jonathan Overpeck. Colorado River flows over decades show concerning trends.

Ask Eartha: Uniting in defense of the outdoors

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Democrats Scramble for Climate Options After Manchin Rejects Clean-Energy Plan

Big Tobacco Got Caught in a Lie By Congress. Now It’s the Oil Industry’s Turn

By Mark HertsgaardThe CEOs of Exxon, BP, Shell and Chevron face a Capitol Hill hearing on their climate crisis lies – will it mirror the downfall of big tobacco?This story is published as part of Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of news outlets strengthening coverage of the climate story…

Sunrun Solar Reviews: Costs, Quality & More (2021)

Is Sunrun the best option for solar panels on your home?

How a Stunning Lagoon in Spain Turned Into ‘Green Soup’

Tons of dead fish have washed ashore in recent years from the Mar Menor, a once-crystalline lagoon on the Mediterranean coast that has become choked with algae. Farm pollution is mostly blamed.

Gen Z on how to save the world: young climate activists speak out