Thirty-one years ago, the federal government began rewarding communities that took action to minimize their flood risk with an innovative program that gives residents discounts on their flood insurance premiums.
Europe is about to shake up the global trade network — all in the name of climate change.
During her first year of medical school at the University of California, San Francisco, the wildfire smoke was so bad that Karly Hampshire had to wear an N95 mask to protect herself. The Camp Fire blaze miles away had created a haze on campus so thick that Hampshire couldn’t see the horizon.
More than 20 years ago, Congress and President Clinton enacted a law that aimed to encourage local governments to make their infrastructure more resilient to natural hazards and climate disasters.
To have a shot at avoiding the worst impacts of climate change, the world needs to begin deploying carbon dioxide removal technologies at an unmatched scale, according to a new analysis of emissions data and scientific reports.
For the coal industry, it’s time to party like it’s 2011. Coal generation across the world is surging, and suppliers are enjoying some of the highest prices in a decade.
An environmental group yesterday sued Shell Oil Co. and Gulf Oil over their alleged failure to prepare for climate change impacts at their petroleum storage terminals in New Haven, Conn.
The bipartisan infrastructure deal would deliver less than one-tenth of the money President Biden sought for electric vehicles — leaving nothing for new consumer subsidies, factory retrofits or supply chain development.
The western United States is experiencing its worst drought this century, threatening to kill crops, spark wildfires and harm public health as hot and dry conditions are expected to continue this month.
Free-market groups have begun plotting strategies to blunt what they see as inevitable Securities and Exchange Commission plans to regulate climate finance.