Hopes for a “clean coal” revival continue to fade despite Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s apparent endorsement of climate science denial last week.
Author: Tina Casey
A new report from Carbon Tracker calculates financial risks for ExxonMobil and other oil companies if they continue a business-as-usual path under the Paris Agreement.
Another Trump appointee at the Department of Energy is in hot water, and offensive tweets are just the tip of a very large iceberg. We’ve just uncovered an audio interview you don’t want to miss.
The Climate Leadership Council has launched a new campaign to promote its carbon tax plan, but even its own strategic partners WRI and The Nature Conservancy find shortcomings.
After President Trump called Mayor Eskridge last week and told him, “Your island has been there for hundreds of years, and I believe your island will be there for hundreds more,” donations are pouring in to a crowdfunding project to educate legislators about the impacts the island faces.
Sustainable hydrogen fuel cell EVs are edging closer to the market, providing companies with new ways to decarbonize and promote a green image.
The Trump budget threatens to undercut support in one of his strongholds, the coastal and wetlands areas of Louisiana threatened by rising sea levels. These wetlands provide vital infrastructure protection for offshore drilling rigs in addition to millions of dollars in environmental services.
The Ivanka Trump fashion brand has weathered a series of crises by withdrawing from public comment. How much longer can that strategy last?
Facing fire for promoting a debunked conspiracy, Fox’s Sean Hannity attempts to stem the tide of advertiser defections by attacking MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow.
As the world awaits President Donald Trump’s decision on the Paris climate accord, DTE Energy forges ahead with an ambitious renewable energy plan for Michigan.
Critics say a mysterious new Energy Department study aims to curb wind and solar growth — and warn the outcome could crimp green branding opportunities for U.S. businesses.
Net neutrality fans are not taking this one lying down: Millions signed petitions and bombarded the FCC with comments after Thursday’s proposal to end equal Internet service rules.