After Democratic cap-and-trade bills faltered in the face of GOP revolts, an electricity-focused, consensus-driven bill gains ground in Oregon.
Buildings and vehicles won’t have strict emissions caps, but separate bills will help target those key sectors.
Democrats have the opportunity to reshape the pipeline approval process to account for climate impacts.
Fulfilling the potential of Biden's energy equity promises will require time and ongoing commitment.
Adding clean energy capacity at unprecedented rates and halting all fossil fuel investment could avert the worst climate change impacts — if governments can commit to action.
A new analysis offers criticism — and potential solutions — in the battle between an incentives-based approach and demanding mandatory emissions limits.
Using "emissionality" to target clean energy investments can merge carbon reduction with environmental justice.
U.S. coal shipments hit new lows in 2020, according to new data.
A new SEPA survey identifies key traits of utilities that are taking the lead in the transition to clean energy.
Years of negotiation over Arizona's clean energy rules come to naught in the eleventh hour.