A selection of news feeds from more than twenty news aggregators in the climate change field that we think are worthy. We look at these every day to inform ourselves and to contribute to the hundreds of pages that make up this website.
By Sarah Kaplan Photo: Michael Parkin for The Washington Post 5/25/21
Biden administration announces new Energy Star standards, plans for emissions targets for federal buildings
Misleading Arguments Abound in Op-Ed Promoting New Michael Shellenberger Climate Denial Book “Apocalypse Never”
Infrastructure Negotiations and the Fate of National Climate Policy—Will There Be a Chance to Make a Second Impression?
By David Roberts Photo: Eduardo MunozAlvarez, VIEWpress via Getty Images 7/30/20
By David Roberts 7/16/20
By David Roberts Photo: Karol Serewis/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images 7/14/20
By David Roberts Photo: Joe Sohm/Visions of America/Universal Images Group/Getty Images 6/20/20
By Tim Radford Photo: Master Sgt Bill Huntington, USAF 8/6/20
By Tim Radford
By Tim Radford Photo: Antoine GIRET on Unsplash 7/30/20
by Tim Radford Photo: Hans-Jurgen Mager on Unsplash 7/24/20
In the shadow of a reclaimed mine, this Kentucky center is retraining coal workers for high-tech manufacturing
For the third year in a row, N.C. advocates push government efficiency bill. Could this time be the charm?
Illinois stakeholders still hopeful on clean energy deal — but will it come soon enough for solar companies?
Thelma Young Lutunatabua Photo via Generation Green New Deal Newsletter 1/6/21
Mark Reynolds Photo via Citizens' Climate Lobby 1/4/21
By Flannery Winchester 11/25/20
By Felice Stadler 6/26/20
By Lance Bowman 6/16/20
CORSIA: 5 reasons why the ICAO Council shouldn’t move now to rewrite the rules of its aviation climate program
Western Climate Initiative auction results show resilience of cap and trade and benefit of long-term climate investment strategy
By Katelyn Roedner Sutter Photo: iStock 5/28/20
By Annie Petsonk Photo: Pixels.com 5/21/20
By Taylor Bacon 5/11/20
Power company commitments to cut carbon pollution are an important step for our climate and health. Here’s what we need next.
Virginia Gewin Photo via Civil Eats 1/6/21