Deprived of Colorado River water, an oil company’s plans to mine in Utah may have dried up

An Estonian oil company planned to produce enough oil in 30 years to spew the equivalent…

Study: Lead exposure killed more than 5 million people in just one year

Contamination from battery recyclers, tainted cookware, and fertilizers could be contributing to the health crisis.

Ken Paxton may be impeached, but his anti-environment legacy will live on

Opponents call the embattled Texas attorney general’s tenure “a disaster for Texas’ air, water, and climate.”

A tropical storm in California? Warmer waters and El Niño made it possible.

Tropical Storm Hilary adds to the lengthy list of climate-fueled disasters this summer.

For the first time in a century, the US is raising fees for drilling on federal lands

The Biden administration's new proposal makes drilling for oil on public lands a lot more expensive.

Biden’s EV charger rollout has begun. Will it deliver on environmental justice?

States are supposed to build EV charging stations while making sure their benefits reach disadvantaged communities.…

Why Maine’s climate-conscious governor vetoed an offshore wind bill

Climate priorities and labor standards are colliding, threatening to stall wind energy in a renewable-friendly state.

How a small island nation is taking climate change to the world’s highest court

In an exclusive interview, Vanuatu’s climate minister Ralph Regenvanu discusses the country’s leadership on climate reparations…

How unchecked ‘excess emissions’ ballooned in Texas

Over the last two decades, state regulators have allowed companies to release more than a billion…

Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there — unless you’re a California homeowner

State Farm blamed "rapidly growing catastrophe exposure," along with inflation and reinsurance costs, for fleeing the…