California Governor Gavin Newsom allows 12 fracking permits in the state in July, making a running total of 48 permits since he came to office.
Coal Tumbles Across the Globe
The latest data from the Energy Information Administration shows all sources of renewable energy accounts for on-quarter of all U.S. electricity generation.
EarthJustice joins with the City of Richmond, Sierra Club, and Baykeeper to defend against a lawsuit seeking to block a city ordinance to phase out coal within city limits.
Communities up and down the Hudson Valley oppose a $400 million dollar plan to build a fracked Gas Power Plant in Newburgh, New York.
Japanese financier Mizuho announces it will limit funding for future coal power development. Nonetheless, the policy has too many exceptions to meet climate targets
The impact of the COVID-19 crisis hits the clean energy sector hard. Government support of the sector goes a long way in restoring jobs and rebuilding the energy economy
Developed nations are burdened by an aging and entrenched energy infrastructure that impedes transition to a new energy economy. Developing nations can lead the way.
The Trump administration and some Democrats from Big Oil states seek to bail out the oil industry. We should use this opportunity to promote a new energy economy instead.
The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world. It is the canary in a coal mine. Banks should divest from further development
U.S. RENEWABLES PRODUCED 27.1% MORE ELECTRICITY THAN COAL
Unemployment in the United States
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Devashree Saha writes in the World Resources Institute blog about how…