Vice President Harris, as part of the Biden-Harris Administration's commitment to advancing women's economic empowerment globally, launched the Women in the Sustainable Economy
Grist reported on a study from Stanford University revealing the effectiveness of controlled burns in reducing the risk of high-intensity wildfires.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has unveiled the Community, Equity & Resiliency initiative, a pioneering effort to assist communities nationwide.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is investing nearly $128 million in 186 environmental justice-related projects in disadvantaged communities.
The collapse of the partnership overseeing Kariba, a significant carbon project in Zimbabwe, raises concerns about the resilience of the $2 billion carbon market.
In a growing trend of resistance to civil-rights enforcement by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
Amidst the Houston municipal elections, calls for reform are directed at the Houston-Galveston Area Council, a planning organization, by voters.
Efforts are underway in the U.S. to decarbonize affordable housing, with the federal government awarding over $100 million through the Department of Housing.
Brad Plumer reports on the Biden administration's announcement of plans to allocate up to $7 billion to establish seven regional hydrogen hubs across the United States.
Despite years of promises and commitments, wealthy nations, including the United States and China, are failing to deliver on funding for climate change mitigation.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has revealed plans to provide $235 million in grants for the redevelopment of contaminated sites, known as brownfields.
The article discusses the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) approval of the expansion of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects on the Gulf Coast.
The Argonne National Laboratory, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of State and Community Energy Programs (SCEP).
Despite the global surge in investments in renewable energy, with more money being invested in solar power than oil, many of the world's poorest countries.
On August 31, 2023, more than 770 new laws passed by the Texas Legislature went into effect, impacting various aspects of life in Texas.
Farmworkers in the Midwest, particularly agricultural workers, are facing significant risks due to heat-related illnesses exacerbated by climate change.
The article discusses the transformation of West Street Recovery, a grassroots organization formed by friends living on West Street in the Northside of Houston.
Bias in the collection of data used by Artificial Intelligence (AI) programs can undermine the effectiveness of AI tools for climate scientists.
The distribution of $4.7 billion for oil well plugging under the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act has raised questions about how states define and prevent orphaned.
The article highlights the relationship between historic redlining, urban heat, and health disparities in 11 Texan cities.
Conservation groups, including the Sierra Club and the Center for Biological Diversity, have filed a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Department of Energy's approval .
Developers are creating microgrid communities that act as their own energy source, offering residents backup power and reduced utility bills.
The Corpus Christi Liquefaction complex, operated by gas giant Cheniere, has three "trains" that began operating in 2019 and generate 16.5 million tons of LNG per year for export.
The Louisiana Board of Commerce and Industry unanimously granted tax credits totaling millions of dollars for two huge industrial projects in Plaquemines and Caldwell parishes.