Ex-Guerrillas Turn into Citizen Scientists Using Their Knowledge of the Colombian Jungle to Protect Biodiversity
In the jungles of Colombia, former FARC guerrillas become citizen scientists, protecting the biodiversity of the jungles where they once fought.
Puerto Rico is facing roadblocks from the federal government that could discourage communities across the United States from using disaster funds to improve climate resilience, according to a federal auditor.
Joe Biden has started hammering a message of economic populism that’s heavy on clean energy promises as he challenges a president who champions fossil fuels.
The threat of chronic blackouts is sparking a rush to install battery backup systems as California homeowners try to avoid power cuts related to wildfires.
Kent Wildlife Trust is planning a reintroduction of European bison back into England after centuries restoring a West Blean ancient woods in Kent.
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Oil industry attorneys this week asked a federal appeals court to reexamine its decisions in two major California climate cases.
A spending bill being considered by House appropriators today would give state and local air regulators their first big budget increase since EPA added greenhouse gases to the list of pollutants they’re responsible for tracking.
World leaders must withdraw their support for fossil fuel industries in their coronavirus recovery plans, the United Nations’ top official said yesterday.