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Climate activist turns down Siemens’ offer of seat on energy board

The leader of Germany’s Friday for Future climate protests has said she turned down a seat on the board of Siemens’ new energy business amid growing anger over its role in a controversial coalmining project in Australia as she feared…

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White House unveils plan for major projects to bypass environmental review

The Trump administration on Thursday unveiled a plan to speed permitting for major infrastructure projects like oil pipelines, road expansions and bridges. How the oil industry has spent billions to control the climate change conversation It is one of the…

A beautiful thing happened after coal-fired plants were shut down in the U.S.

You might expect shutting down coal-fired plants would net a few benefits. After all, there are good reasons why nation after nation have made it their mission to wean themselves off fossil fuels. Clearly, burning coal results in emissions that…

Almost half of Denmark's electricity in 2019 came from wind power

Denmark is only about half the size of South Carolina, but it produces more of its electricity from wind than any other country in the world. That’s not because it’s a particularly breezy country; it has pretty ordinary average wind…

Rural community that lost two coal mines is now teaching kids to install solar panels

Colorado’s Delta County is named after a delta of arable land in the western Rocky Mountains, formed by the confluence of the Gunnison and Uncompahgre rivers. In recent years, however, it has also embodied another meaning of its name: the…