Massachusetts, California, New York and Rhode Island top the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s annual State Energy Efficiency Scorecard. In Washington, policies about building and appliance efficiency ensured its top-ten status.
Massachusetts, California, New York and Rhode Island top the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s annual State Energy Efficiency Scorecard. In Washington, policies about building and appliance efficiency ensured its top-ten status.read more
More engagements are needed from rich countries to solve inequality in climate change
Some members of the GOP and conservative conservation groups are pushing for better climate-related issues.
Experts say they are seeing more people who suffer from a phenomenon some are calling eco-anxiety or anxiety about climate change.read more
Several hundred animal rights activists protested cruelty to animals in Washington D.C.read more
A plan to centralize spent nuclear fuel can save millions of money without compromising safety. But when local consent is difficult to get, it’s still in doubt whether this new plan will come true.read more
A House committee met to discuss the future of the Federal Coal Program. Democrats and Republicans agree that something needs to be done, but they wonder how to get there.
A bipartisan group of senators has revived the longstanding issue of where to store and dispose of nuclear waste with a new bill proposing centralized interim storage while a search for a permanent disposal site is conducted.
A bill introduced by Michigan Democratic Rep. Dan Kildee would require the U.S. Geological Survey to investigate PFAS contamination nationwide.
Former EPA chiefs from four administrations said Tuesday the agency is headed for trouble.
The Carolina madtom and the Neuse River waterdog should be listed as endangered and threatened, respectively, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Former Secretary of Agriculture Thomas Vilsack sees an advantage in making investments in sustainability.
Hundreds of youth descended on the White House and the Supreme Court Friday to demand climate policy action.
Interior Secretary David Bernhardt says Trump administration won’t pause offshore drilling program, despite prior reports.
WASHINGTON — Several young climate activists on Thursday chastised all three branches of the federal government for not acting aggressively to address the growing threat of global warming.