Business & Economy
From the U.S. House to state governments, the GOP takes aim at pro-climate finance strategies.
The tide is turning against the fossil fuel industry as countries and companies recognize the green business boom of alternative energy.
New ways to generate renewable electricity will offer cheap stored power and a solution to balancing supply and demand.
The energy companies took us all. Think of it as the climate-change scam that beat science, big time.
The presidential candidate's breathtaking plan aims to create 20 million jobs and pay for itself over 15 years.
Like several of the administration's policies, a new EPA rule will prove especially devastating for people of color and rural Americans.
Progress across the globe shows an increasingly positive solar future as fuel from the sun grows cheaper and more abundant.
For the first time in history, India is investing more in solar energy than in coal and could soon catch up with the U.S.
Communities across the U.S. don’t experience climate change and inequality as two isolated issues, but as interlinked crises.
For the first time in U.S. history, the country produces more electricity with renewables than with coal.
The working-class holiday has Marxist and anarchist industrial-era roots, but the significance of May 1 goes deeper than that.
If environmental solutions aren’t systemic, living green will always mean going against the grain—and usually failing.
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