Green incentives usually help the rich. Here’s how the Build Back Better Act could change that.

The reconciliation bill could shake up the tradition of green handouts to the wealthy.

Black and Latino neighborhoods pay more for energy despite far lower emissions

A new study explores the rift between who gets energy benefits and who bears energy burdens.

Shilling for Big Oil: Study analyzes PR’s hidden role in climate crisis

Ever wonder why people keep talking about "clean coal"?

A freeway ripped the heart out of Black life in Detroit. Now Michigan wants to tear it down.

Highway removal is the easy part. Making reparations is where it gets complicated.

Major fashion brands linked to deforestation in the Amazon, report finds

Obscure supply chains connect at least 100 companies to illegal logging and land clearing in Brazil.

Nurdles? The worst toxic waste you’ve probably never heard of.

Billions of these tiny plastic pellets are floating in the ocean, causing as much damage as…

Sustainable banking is an important part of addressing the climate crisis

Sustainable banks drove a record amount of clean energy investment last year.

Countries finally agreed to create an international carbon market. Here’s why it’s controversial.

From accounting problems to Indigenous rights, the global carbon trade is already raising concerns.

Aging fuel tanks near Pearl Harbor are leaking. Locals want the U.S. Navy to shut them down

Honolulu activists say "enough is enough"

Wildfires are erasing Western forests. Climate change is making it permanent.

The evidence is clear: Forests are shifting to scrublands across large swaths of the Western U.S.