Using a City’s Excess Heat to Reduce Emissions

A district in London has developed an innovative way to divert subway heat for buildings to lower carbon emissions. Other cities are getting creative, as well.

The Essential Advocate, Philippe Sands Makes the Case for a New International Crime Called Ecocide – Inside Climate News

BRUSSELS—Philippe Sands steps off his train at Brussels’ Midi station and sees a familiar face amidst a flurry of passengers.  The British lawyer is flush with energy, despite being at the tail end of a week-long visit with clients on the island nation of Mauritius. His casual black jacket, navy blue scarf and black boots […]

Biden’s climate bill might be dead. But he just approved two huge solar farms

The Interior Department gave the green light Tuesday to two huge solar farms in the California desert — a reminder that the Biden administration still has tools to combat climate change even if it can’t pass the president’s “Build Back Better” bill.

Wainscott Residents Ask Court To Block January Start Of Wind Farm Construction

In N.Y., battling climate change means killing 1,000 trees

From floods and wildfires to inaction and urgency: These are the top climate and weather stories of 2021

Amazon invests in ammonia fuel tech to curb cargo ship emissions

‘Climate season’ arts and theater pave way for resiliency in Gary

The US could reliably run on clean energy by 2050

Authors of a new study modelled how wind turbines, tidal turbines, geothermal power plants, and other sources could generate energy in 2050.

Mexico’s wheat fields help feed the world. They’re also releasing a dangerous greenhouse gas.