A California law gave the people power to cut pollution. Why isn’t it working?
AB 617 has created a long-winded, bureaucratic process but resulted in little regulation — a design flaw that may be intentional.
Meet the rogue birding group blocking wind energy at every turn
The American Bird Conservancy has made a habit of obstructing wind energy projects — and become a go-to source for renewable energy opponents.
EPA will finally regulate ‘forever chemicals.’ Experts say it’s not enough.
Advocates say the agency’s PFAS plan is “woefully inadequate.”
European activists want to ban fossil fuel ads. Why can’t we do that here?
In the U.S., ad restrictions could risk “running afoul of the Constitution.”
Report: Corporations are tanking America’s best shot at fighting climate change
"Climate positive" companies say they want climate action. Their lobbying activity often says otherwise.
How economists helped Big Oil obstruct climate action for decades
Science historian Benjamin Franta on the role economists played in the fossil fuel industry's decades-long disinformation campaign.
Bowing to investors, Microsoft will make its devices easier to fix
In a first-of-its-kind agreement, the company has committed to increasing access to spare parts and repair documents.
US corporations talk green but are helping derail major climate bill
Apple and Amazon are among dozens of companies whose lobbying groups are fighting to stop the Democrats’ reconciliation package.
Report: Texas oil and gas regulators are awash in fossil fuel money
Conflicts of interest plague the Texas Railroad Commission, a powerful agency charged with environmental protection in Lone Star oilfields.
States, tribes, and NGOs hold polluters accountable in a ‘tidal wave’ of greenwashing lawsuits
A new complaint from the Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe adds to the list, alleging Seattle’s “green” hydropower kills fish.