The $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill contains some of the only climate provisions with any chance of passing Congress.
Private businesses will not move beyond greenwashing unless they are forced to by stringent government regulations.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal said that there’s nothing “moderate” about tanking Medicare expansion and climate action.
While the U.K. debates how to tackle the climate crisis, the U.S. still debates the basic reality of climate change.
Yet we continue to allow fossil fuel companies to profit off destroying the planet, says economist Robert Pollin.
An ever-growing military budget and continued support for oil and gas meanwhile push us inexorably toward doomsday.
The pipeline’s construction is several billion dollars over budget and still missing important water-crossing permits.
With emission cuts on the horizon, the fossil fuel industry is working hard to stay in business.
The first installment of the report was released just weeks before world leaders are set to gather in Glasgow for COP26.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says governmental emission reduction pledges fall well short of what is required.