Climate & Energy

The West’s coal giant is closing way ahead of schedule

Here’s what you need to know.

No monkey business

About 700 species are already being hurt by climate change.

But rodents and insect-eaters are going to be just fine.

The movement to divest from Dakota Access is growing, fast.

More and more institutions are moving to pull their money away from banks that are funding the pipeline.

wind in their sales

Some Republican politicians really do like clean energy.

A bipartisan group of 20 governors sent a letter to Trump imploring him to consider the benefits of renewables.

Louisville is beating urban heat with the help of local faith communities

Some call it environmentalism, some call it creation care.

Action Jackson

Paris Jackson gave the #NoDAPL movement a shout-out at the Grammys.

The daughter of the late Michael Jackson encouraged people to speak out against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

dam problems

You can expect to see more Oroville-style dam disasters in our future.

As climate change intensifies California’s cycles of drought and heavy precipitation, water infrastructure will be under a lot of stress.

FEMA’s disaster relief budget will be slashed if conservatives get their way

As natural disasters get worse, federal funding will be vital.

The CEO behind the Dakota Access Pipeline wants to talk country music, not oil

Here's a closer look at Texas billionaire Kelcy Warren.