Arizona wildfires: Bigger, hotter than ever. How will the land recover?

The Pandemic Presents an Opportunity to Fight Global Warming with Cycling

Executive Order: on Advancing Equity, Justice, and Opportunity for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders

Bringing the Solar Industry Back Home

Like so many technologies, solar energy was invented in the US, but we allowed other nations to take the lead in deploying and manufacturing it.One company is trying to reverse the tide. Wall Street Journal: WALBRIDGE, Ohio—Solar panels are part of any formula for fighting climate change, yet the U.S. makes few of them, since […]

How America’s treeless streets are fueling inequality

Norway pays Gabon $17m for forest protection despite deforestation spike

While proponents say results-based payments can support forest protection in the long term, critics say the Gabonese government has done little to earn the money

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Electrifying Big Rigs?

Canada’s next climate plan must finally address its blind spot: oil and gas emissions

Justin Trudeau cannot claim to be a climate leader while championing a high-carbon industry; it’s time for a managed decline of oil production

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It’s the climate change, stupid

Josh Pearce on Fossil Fuel’s Climate Liability

Josh Pearce teaches new solar energy engineers at Michigan Tech University. Events like we are seeing this week lend credence to his argument here.