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
Houston City Council allocated $5 million to relocate people from cancer clusters identified by the Texas Department of Health and Human Services.
Environmental justice communities need real change—not a rebrand of the same discriminatory plans that slow the clock on fighting the climate crisis and reinforce the status quo.
Community organizations that serve and are led by people of color are banding together to secure billions of federal dollars earmarked for environmental and climate causes.
Ohio and Pennsylvania are leading the way in the completion of a more robust national charging network, but the scale of the work ahead remains significant
Shalom Mennonite Fellowship, a church in Tucson, Arizona, exemplifies the potential of microgrids for enhancing energy resiliency, especially in the face of climate challenges.
Grist reported on a study from Stanford University revealing the effectiveness of controlled burns in reducing the risk of high-intensity wildfires.
The article delves into a paper by James Hansen, often referred to as the godfather of climate science, and his colleagues.
On November 8, 2023, Texas voters approved Proposition 7, allocating $10 billion in low-interest loans for new gas power plants, a move criticized as favoring the fossil fuel.
The article highlights the impact of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), officially known as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), over the past two years.
The article explores the challenges faced by developing countries, particularly South Africa, in transitioning from coal to clean energy with the support of the Global North.
On November 6, 2023, the Houston Chronicle reported that the Midtown Redevelopment Authority, tasked with acquiring lots to prevent gentrification in Houston's Third Ward.
The article highlights the Justice40 Initiative, a crucial component of the Biden Administration's environmental justice efforts.
Public Citizen, led by Tyson Slocum, raised objections against Energy Transfer's application to export 851 Bcf/year of LNG from its proposed Lake Charles Terminal in Louisiana.