Small-scale hydro projects along rivers in the Northeast provide low-impact electricity and help revitalize communities.
Even ostensibly science-friendly GOP candidates like Rand Paul can't bring themselves to fully embrace climate reality -- and other notes on Tuesday's debate.
State attorneys general who are challenging EPA's Clean Power Plan face a costly onslaught of ads funded by Bloomberg.
Organizing against Keystone helped the movement develop a number of assets it previously lacked.
The fight shows that activists can take on the fossil fuel economy and win.
Lawsuits from industry and Republicans are pouring forth like soot from a smokestack, aiming to undermine landmark rules for power plants.
Justin Trudeau and Malcolm Turnbull are expected to be more cooperative on climate action than their obstructionist predecessors.
Chris Christie acknowledges that climate change is real, but his comments about it at Wednesday's debate were still awfully ignorant.
A new report from Carbon Tracker finds that dirty energy industries are ignoring risks of declining demand, and they’ll suffer for it.