The U.S. is finally moving away from fossil fuels, but there aren’t enough electricians to do the job.
The goal is to empower people’s energy choices and habits while creating community cohesion and local governance.
More and more people are beginning to grasp something important: Our cash is our carbon.
Dozens of tribes are investing in solar, wind, and hydro projects, building toward a more sustainable future.
Energy democracy calls for public control of energy sources for the common good.
When Hitler invaded the Sudetenland, U.S. industries retooled to produce military vehicles. In response to Putin's invasion of Ukraine, the U.S. needs to pivot to renewables.
We can’t let the war justify an expansion of our fossil fuel dependence.
These are dark times, but hope is not lost nor foolish, and change has already begun.
Renewable energy isn’t just a green business venture; it’s a way to support tribal self-determination and economic development.
“If it’s extractive in nature, you are absolutely unwelcome.”
When schools achieve environmental justice, the whole climate benefits.
Two words: energy justice.
“We must move funds to frontline communities for clean energy projects and stop fossil fuel developers from perpetuating conventional investments in dirty energy and injustice.”
Transformative solutions will have to address both the benefits and the costs—and provide a path to a healthy future for those facing the greatest losses.
As the U.S. considers how to reopen, stimulate, and recover its economy post-pandemic, how radically could it be reimagined?
Data show coronavirus countermeasures have resulted in a record drop in fossil-fuel demand and created an opening for a clean-energy transition.
The coronavirus pandemic has shown that we are capable of putting people before profit. We can start planning now for a just economy—and an effective Green New Deal.
After Hurricane Maria and earthquakes devastated the island territory, grassroots activists are helping ensure that recovery will be more just than before.
We are entering humanity’s defining decade, and 2020 is when we have to make the hard decisions.
Naomi Klein’s new book “On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal” is essential reading, but does it go far enough in confronting the grim realities we truly face?
These spirited sisters act to change the world in specific ways.
How the IPCC’s solutions for reversing the Earth’s warming encourage business as usual.
Meet the Joneses. They are your average U.S. energy consumers, and they decided to do their part. Watch how they go carbon-neutral in a decade, and then try it yourself.
A program in eastern Kentucky is retraining miners in industries that help mitigate the environmental impacts of mining on communities.
Thousands of charging stations flank the roadway, which stretches from British Columbia to Mexico. Now, the alternative fuel corridor needs to grow.
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