Is It Normal for Foreign Allies to Edit Drafts of Presidential Speeches?
A Brutal Heat Wave Is Descending on the U.S.—and Blackouts May Ensue
Renewables Now Have Capacity to Generate More Power Than Coal in the U.S.
Someday the U.S. Will Have to Actually Deal With Its Nuclear Waste Problem
The Department of Energy Is Now Calling Fossil Fuels “Molecules of Freedom” and “Freedom Gas”
Green New Deal Policies Could Exacerbate a Burgeoning Climate Colonialism
Loop Wants Us to Rethink Consumption. It Seems Like a Logistical Disaster That Might Actually Work.
California Could Use PG&E’s Failure to Get Wildfire Prone Areas to Adopt Solar
Nuclear Power Is a Deal With the Devil (Says the Guy Who Chaired a Nuclear Commission Under Obama)
EPA Proposes Nixing Obama-Era Rule on Mercury From Coal Plants
In Two Years, Most New California Homes Will Come With Solar Panels
Spain Is Moving On From Coal. Can the U.S. Do the Same?
The Keystone XL Pipeline Is Finally Dead, Thanks to a Court Ruling and a Wanting Environmental Assessment
“Davos in the Desert” Is Still Happening, But Isn’t Quite What the Saudis Were Hoping For
Renewable Energy Is Ready to Overtake Fossil Fuels. Will We Let It?
Trump’s Attempts to Roll Back Environmental Regulations Are Failing Miserably
An Ohio Legislator Defied Energy Lobbyists. Then a “Dark Money” Group Helped Sink Her Congressional Campaign.
What Does It Mean to Hack an Electrical Grid?
An Energy Dispute Between Serbia and Kosovo Is Slowing Clocks in Europe
A Promising Technology to Fight Climate Change Is Finally Becoming a Reality