‘The ocean is coming.’ A chieftess sees her islands sink

Their descendants persevered through slavery, the Civil War, and past racism. Now the Gullah/Geechee people of South Carolina face another threat: rising seas and the government actions it triggers.

Eve Andrews: Are white people bad for the environment?

The origins of global warming are “rooted in a racism of ‘I know better.’”

As US aims to boost clean energy supply chain, critical minerals gap largely human-caused, analysts say

Opinion: What the South needs after COVID-19 is a new Reconstruction

This time, we need to do better than the post-Civil War version.

Infrastructure talks on Capitol Hill pick up steam

21 senators now support framework of infrastructure deal, and Biden says his chief of staff believes there’s “room” for an agreement.

Nevada solar installers give Secretary Granholm tour of Townsite Solar Facility

Airbnb, Vrbo Battle for More Vacation Cabins as Travel Rebounds

With demand for vacation-home rentals near beaches, lakes and national parks staying high as the economy reopens, short-term rental platforms are finding ways to sign up more hosts and increase listings.

Delco plans to take land from Archdiocese to create county’s largest park

Will Nevada support renewable energy vs biodiversity & Indigenous rights?

This Dreamy Alaskan Rainforest is a Buffer Against Climate Change