Biden touts methane crackdown at COP27

A new EPA proposal would allow third parties to catch methane "super emitters" red handed.

Can carbon offsets **** coal? John Kerry wants to try it

Kerry’s plan is light on details, but corporate carbon markets don't have a track record of…

A post-pandemic construction rebound put building emissions at an all-time high

In the race for more efficient buildings, the world is running place, UN report finds.

Report: Global climate ambitions still fall short ahead of COP27

Last year's Glasgow Climate Pact urged countries to increase their ambition. Few have.

The West’s biggest source of renewable energy depends on water. Will it survive the drought?

Glen Canyon and the Hoover Dam are “not the whole story.”

Will offshore wind bring ‘good-paying, union jobs’? Texas workers aren’t so sure.

With wind coming to the Gulf of Mexico, Texas unions demand stronger labor protections.

Countries pledged to slash methane — but they’re still replacing coal with natural gas

A new report argues that countries shutting down coal plants should ‘leapfrog’ to renewables.

California’s 2030 ban on gas heaters opens a new front in the war on fossil fuels

The first-of-its-kind plan will purge gas from existing buildings, not just new construction.

The Senate just approved an international climate treaty, with bipartisan support

The Kigali Amendment sets a timeline for the world to phase down the use of powerful…

In Oregon, farmers are revamping century-old irrigation canals to stem water loss

Converting irrigation ditches into pipelines can save water — and create a new source of renewable…