World’s largest tree wrapped in fire-resistant blanket as California blaze creeps closer

Efforts underway to protect General Sherman and other giant trees from wildfires threatening Sequoia national park.

Climate Change is Fueling a Wave of Migration, Study Finds

From obscurity to vital global service: Celebrating 10 years of Climate Home

As Climate Home News celebrates its 10th anniversary, founding editor Ed King recounts the wild ride to establish it as a credible news outlet

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SRP installs largest stand-alone battery in Arizona so far

Solar project helps to reclaim site of notorious Boston-area toxic waste case

Woburn, Massachusetts

A cluster of cancer cases in Woburn, Massachusetts, in the 1980s prompted a major pollution lawsuit that eventually inspired a book and subsequent movie. Now, a community solar project is bringing “new, positive life” to the site.

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As Kansas City updates climate plan, stakeholders push for inclusion and accountability

Kansas City City Hall

After a delayed start, a process to update the city’s largely ignored 2008 climate action plan is underway. Stakeholders hope the revision will be more inclusive, better funded, and hold leaders more accountable.

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Latest data shows rich countries little closer to $100bn climate finance promise

OECD figures show international climate finance increased by just 2% from 2018 to 2019, leaving a $20 billion shortfall to the 2020 target

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Arizona regulators to get earful on clean-energy report at town halls

MIT appoints members of new faculty committee to drive climate action plan

State Parks adding solar energy project to Niagara Falls State Park