Lessons from a year of reporting on climate solutions in Cascadia
Here are the crucial ingredients for decarbonizing an economy, and safeguarding a region.
The Biden administration said its drilling-lease spree in the Gulf was court-ordered. It wasn’t.
Leases that could lead to 600 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions didn't have to happen.
A Missouri gas company figured out how to keep its illegal pipeline running
By using 400,000 customers as leverage.
Who gets help after a hurricane or flood? FEMA will start tracking it by race
Nearly half of the people who ask for disaster aid don't get help. Is it discrimination?
Toxic Tides: Climate change expected to cause 400 toxic California sites to flood by 2100
Communities of color are five times more likely than the general population to live within half a mile of a toxic site that could flood.
Interior’s new oil and gas leasing plan sidesteps climate action
The report leaves the door open for new leases on public land. What does that mean for the West?
Black and Latino neighborhoods pay more for energy despite far lower emissions
A new study explores the rift between who gets energy benefits and who bears energy burdens.
Major fashion brands linked to deforestation in the Amazon, report finds
Obscure supply chains connect at least 100 companies to illegal logging and land clearing in Brazil.
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice faces justice for coal crimes in Kentucky
Kentucky's newest strategy might stop coal barons from gaming the reclamation system.
Flint water crisis victims reach $626 million settlement
The record breaking settlement is still just “a Band-Aid on a bullet wound,” residents say.