In Oregon, farmers are revamping century-old irrigation canals to stem water loss
Converting irrigation ditches into pipelines can save water — and create a new source of renewable energy.
These red states don’t want climate targets — but they do want green jobs
How Georgia and other Republican-led states are trying to benefit from the clean manufacturing boom.
A new low-tech technique can take the ‘forever’ out of forever chemicals
The toxic pollutants, also known as PFAS, are everywhere on the planet.
Will the Inflation Reduction Act jumpstart carbon capture?
The new climate law makes tax credits for the controversial tech more lucrative and easier to access.
Climeworks is building a bigger carbon removal plant — and getting some new competition
The company is learning how to scale with "Mammoth," as new direct air capture startups are following in its footsteps.
‘Fortress conservation’ violently displaces Indigenous people
In Tanzania, attacks on the Maasai are the latest in a global pattern of violence highlighted by a new report.
Car tires produce vastly more particle pollution than exhausts, tests show
In part because of the increasing weight of cars, toxic particles from tires are almost 2,000 times worse than from exhausts.
Report: California hydropower could be cut in half this summer
A third year of drought spells less hydropower, more natural gas, and higher electricity prices.
The plan to ensure Indigenous peoples have a voice at the UN
At the close of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, leaders call for 'enhanced participation' at the international level.
Tech companies are spending big to suck carbon from the atmosphere. Should the government, too?
State and federal lawmakers pitch spending billions to scale up a nascent industry with an uncertain business model.