Suzanne Goldenberg

Suzanne Goldenberg is the U.S. environment correspondent of the Guardian.

Trudeau’s victory may not mean a huge shift in Canada’s climate policy

Those hoping the new prime minister will be a climate champion willing to fix the damage done by his predecessor, Stephen Harper, could be in for a reality check.

Can Pope Francis convince U.S. bishops to care about climate change?

The pope's call to climate action received a lukewarm response from Catholic leaders in the United States.

Jeb Bush joins Santorum in hating on Pope Francis’ climate encyclical

Republicans, the fossil fuel industry, and the Heartland Institute are working to discredit the pope's encyclical -- even before its release.

Climate denial is a rejection of God’s gift of knowledge, says Episcopal leader

Can we get an amen?

Obama to crack down on methane leaks from frackers and pipelines

Methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, is leaking from wells and pipelines across the country.

ALEC (not Baldwin) is trying to destroy the environment

Lobbying behemoth American Legislative Exchange Council plans to attack environmental protections when Republicans take control of Congress and several state legislatures.

Lost Louisiana: The race to reclaim vanished land back from the sea

The world’s fastest submerging state is looking to nature in an ambitious plan to turn back the tide, and to BP to fund it -- but will it work?

Watch this reporter drink purified sewage

California's historic drought is forcing once-squeamish Californians to take a new look at “toilet-to-tap” water reuse.

Inside the huge solar farm that powers Apple’s iCloud

Lisa Jackson on Apple's wide-ranging plan to green its act.