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The EPA’s new rule will likely be a drop in the bucket for consumers but a huge step forward on global climate action.

Brian Kateman: Infighting between meat-replacement companies is making them lose sight of the real goal.

So it's goodbye climate deniers, hello – and you'll pardon me for being blunt here – climate bullshitters.

As other nations rise to the challenge and intend to meet ambitious targets set by President Joe Biden for 2030, Australia's prime minister missed his opportunity to show the world that Australia is serious when it comes to combating climate change.
President Biden has proposed spending $45 billion to replace every lead water pipe and service line in the nation. A public health expert explains why he sees this as a worthwhile investment.
The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, which lays down the law on U.S. street markings and design, is up for revision. Bike and pedestrian safety advocates want big changes. 
The country's coronavirus disaster is the world's problem.

The political commitment to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, by now almost ironclad, rules out all fossil fuels.

We asked 10 people from around the world what they thought of America’s approach to the environment. It didn’t go well.
A recent opinion article called for massive government investment in plant-based and cellular meats. Here's a smarter approach to reducing meat's impacts.
As the area becomes more affluent, longtime residents are working to improve conditions and not get displaced.
We asked 10 people from around the world what they thought of America’s approach to the environment. It didn’t go well.

Centuries from now, our descendants may look back on this decade as the one in which the chances of mitigating irreversible climate damage were lost.

Collaboration, not paternalism, is the key to get Black Americans to quit smoking.

If we can calculate what makes a tipping point, it may be just as difficult to calculate how close we are to reaching such a tipping point or, worse, if we have already passed it.

In light of a recent study that found that one in five deaths worldwide can be attributed to air pollution, there must be a bigger effort to fight back the discrediting campaigns against science.

Over a third of pew-sitters in the Church of Buffett think Berkshire Hathaway should disclose more about its efforts to address climate change and promote workforce diversity.

It's this tension between the science and the politics of climate change which makes targets to reduce emissions so challenging for governments.

A national resilience strategy led by the White House will provide the scaffolding to guide investments and lift resilience efforts into a whole-of-government climate approach.

Global heating is now setting the parameters of political debate.

Shared interests can open a window for US-China cooperation even when the bilateral relationship is in a tense phase. A commitment to multilateralism can also bring US closer to the other Arctic and Antarctic nations.

Looking at the cost of closing Colorado's coal-fired power plants is a bit like considering the replacement of an old car.

Victims in Southeast Asia have never received compensation from the chemical giants that supplied herbicides during the Vietnam War.
Billy Frank Jr. changed the country for the better and won rights for Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest.

The 46th president made big promises to move the United States toward a carbon-free future. What he's accomplished so far has been impressive, but can he keep up the momentum?

Scientists watched in real time as rising ocean heat transformed the sprawling reef. It was a harbinger for ecosystems everywhere as the planet warms.

White evangelicals have clearly become more willing to acknowledge anthropogenic climate change over the past decade.

The American Lung Association recently released its 2021 State of the Air report.The report shows Allegheny County with some of the worst air quality in the nation, receiving failing grades in every category.

From avoiding public benefits like food assistance programs, to facing overwhelmed private programs, many immigrants faced increased food insecurity during the pandemic.
The world is adopting renewable sources of power much faster than experts thought possible.

In designing its economic recovery strategy amid the pandemic, President Biden and his administration has trapped itself between conflicting policy goals: relocating industrial supply chains back to the United States and reducing migration from Central America, where many of these factories are located.

Ever since President Biden issued a historic executive order directing 40 percent of the benefits from federal climate action to flow to disadvantaged communities, those of us on the front lines of the climate crisis have been singing its praises — the Justice40 Initiative. We've also been concerned about its implementation.

Many people think of plastic pollution as merely litter, but the reality is that plastic is an ongoing contributor to climate change.

While rapid technological progress is our best hope for mitigating climate change, today’s living standards in rich countries threaten both catastrophic climate change and local environmental destruction. Responsible consumer choice matters as well.

Today, we have an opportunity to address the climate crisis while improving our national security and economic strength at the same time. The Veterans Energy Project is ready to make sure it gets done.