- As fossil fuel companies go bust, will taxpayers pay for cleanup (again)?
- San Francisco’s solar requirement sets a good example for cities to follow.
- Brookings makes the case for net metering.
- The deceptive inevitability of the way things are.
- Transportation and the climate: A blog roundup.
- We need electric cars to decarbonize transportation. But they can't be the end of the story.
- New analysis shows costs of losing the Clean Power Plan.
- Heal the Rust Belt, heal the world.
- Can old cooks learn new recipes? Technology, institutional change and green transportation.
- We can do it: A zero-carbon transportation system is possible.
- A better transportation system saves money, lives and time.
- It's time for the East Coast to look offshore.
Renewable energy makes us safer and healthier, protecting our communities from global warming and from hazardous air pollution. We Have the Power: 100% Renewable Energy for a Clean, Thriving America describes America's vast renewable energy resources, and finds that transitioning to 100% clean energy would bring significant benefits to our environment, economy and public health.
Fracking has led to tremendous environmental harm and put the health and safety of communities across the country at risk. In Fracking by the Numbers: The Damage to Our Water, Land and Climate from a Decade of Dirty Drilling we follow up our 2013 report with an updated and more complete assessment of fracking's impacts, including on water consumption, wastewater production, global warming pollution and habitat damage, along with new information about toxic chemicals used in each state. (Photo: Doug Duncan/USGS)