The Indigenous nation will soon have the only facility to create hempcrete in the country.
For nearly a week, the country of 10 million met customer needs with wind, hydro, and solar — a test run for operating the grid without fossil fuels.
The Republican-controlled Texas State Board of Education last week rejected most of the proposed textbooks that include climate science for eighth grade students. Five of 12 were approved.
In an era of rising heat waves, experts weigh in on how to plan for concerts and other large events safely.
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A new U.N. report sets the stage for high-stakes negotiations at COP28 this month.
The controversial pipeline near Standing Rock united the climate movement. Now regulators want the public to weigh in on the project’s environmental impact.
"Intransigent" negotiators stalled efficient progress, raising questions about the path forward.
The historic contract solidifies workers' role in the clean energy transition, and it already has other automakers raising wages.
A refuge isn't something nature hands us, but something we have to build ourselves.
A federal court has revoked a key permit for Sempra Energy, whose LNG facility could worsen pollution in Black and Latino neighborhoods.
The historic claims that put a few California farming families first in line for Colorado River water
Twenty families in the Imperial Valley received a whopping 386.5 billion gallons of the river’s water last year — more than three Western states. Century-old water rights guarantee that supply.
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