Here’s how Congress could hold the EPA accountable for its ‘dereliction of duty’
Upcoming congressional hearings would interrogate the EPA's relaxation of environmental enforcement during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Study: The rich can spur climate action — or uphold the status quo
If you make six figures, it turns out, you're a climate influencer.
Vancouver promised to be the greenest city in the world by 2020. Here’s what went wrong (and right).
Miles of new bike lanes and light rail lines just weren’t enough.
Montana tribe finalizes historic $1.9 billion water rights settlement
It is the largest amount ever awarded in an Indigenous water rights case.
The climate costs of keeping Line 5 open would be very high
Scientists estimate the pipeline could generate $41 billion in climate damages between 2027 and 2070.
2020 was the deadliest year for environmental activists. Here’s why.
Pandemic lockdowns erased safety networks and left environmental defenders more vulnerable to attacks.
Brooklyn pipeline disproportionately harms communities of color, complaint alleges
Community groups say National Grid and New York state agencies violated the Civil Rights Act.
Corporations tried to blame you for the plastic crisis. Now states are turning the tables.
As recycling heads to the dump, Maine and Oregon have a new strategy: Make companies pay.
For a livable future, 60% of oil and gas must stay in the ground
And 90% of coal must remain buried, according to a new study.
Can a tiny clothing company force the shipping industry to clean up its act?
This month, the Swiss outdoor clothing company Mammut took a small but “industry-leading” step toward addressing emissions from fossil-fuel-powered ships.