Inside Clean Energy: Here Are 5 States that Took Leaps on Clean Energy Policy in 2021

Global ecosystem restoration progress: How and who’s tracking it?

The world has long monitored global deforestation, but tracking ecosystem restoration is a more subtle, challenging process, needing metrics for long-term success, carbon storage, biodiversity and local economy benefits.

Inside Clean Energy: Here Are 5 States that Took Leaps on Clean Energy Policy in 2021

How electric vehicles have helped labor and climate groups team up

Revitalized alliance could help strengthen both the fight for reducing emissions and for bolstering worker rights.

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

Farmers in the Yaqui Valley are driven to over-fertilize their crops, resulting in an explosion of nitrous oxide emissions with deadly and invisible consequences.

Connecticut has ‘many offshore assets in place’

Why Cop26 coal power pledges don’t go far enough – visualized

See coal phase out progress to date, and why the current pledges are not enough to limit warming to 1.5C.

The world is addicted to natural gas. Fossil fuel companies are lobbying hard to keep it that way

Air Cargo Disrupts Supply Chain as Goods Spill Out of Warehouses

Labor shortages at air-cargo hubs like Chicago O’Hare International Airport during the fall have disrupted operations for the ground-handling companies that unload planes, and left goods piling up.

Slashed forest protections ignites land grabbing frenzy in Brazilian Amazon

Invasions into the vast Guajará-Mirim State Park are continuing, and inching ever-closer to vulnerable Indigenous and traditional communities in neighboring reserves.