Climate justice: Do pledges ignore unequal emissions?

A New, Deadly Risk for Cities in Summer: Power Failures During Heat Waves

Cleaner ‘Bridge’ Fuels Are Killing Up To 46,000 Americans Per Year, Study Shows

Replacing coal with fuels like natural gas and wood may offer some climate benefits, but the harm to public health remains.

Solar and wind’s competitiveness over coal is accelerating, analysis shows

A map shows where wind or solar are the least cost resource and indicates plants where both wind and solar beat coal on cost.

All-in costs for new solar and wind energy are falling faster than previously thought, while coal plants’ costs rise, a new report says.

Solar and wind’s competitiveness over coal is accelerating, analysis shows is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to support us please make a donation.

Lawsuit challenges Hungry Ridge, ‘End of the World’ project; Friends of the Clearwater seek judgment to vacate decisions

Google gets round-the-clock renewable energy at Virginia data centres with help of energy storage

Conservation officials invite Missourians to help track and protect native bumblebees

NW solar, wind developments could impact vast swaths of ag land

America’s new climate ‘normal’ is hotter, wetter, and more extreme

NOAA’s new climate ‘normals’ highlight warming trend