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Never in 25 years of UN Climate Talks have we seen something like this. Yet, there could be no better symbol of this crisis we face. On Wednesday, hundreds of people including many youth strikers occupied the […]
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Puerto Rico’s electric system is at a crucial inflection point, with an opportunity to pivot from years of hardship—high energy costs, utility bankruptcy, the largest blackout in US history, and heavy pol […]
We a single objective in common: to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. And the way to achieve this will be by reducing the amount of carbon emissions in the atmosphere. This is why the Paris Agreement was […]
The halls of the United Nations climate conference (COP25) in Madrid this week have been buzzing with discussions about the complex challenges posed by climate change—and the equally complex solutions. Finance p […]
Read Resiliency sea-level rise bill clears Senate panel – “On Monday, the Senate Infrastructure and Security Committee approved legislation to create a Statewide Office of Resiliency in the Governor’s office and […]
Have you ever heard of the “Third Pole”? Probably not. Spread over the region that covers the Tibetan Plateau and the Hindu Kush mountain range in Asia, are the glaciers that hold the largest reserve of fresh wat […]
Companies can exacerbate the challenges, but the private sector also positively contribute to solving these challenges.
Electric vehicle manufacturers, governments and every entity in between have roles to play.
Climate change, population growth, urbanization, deforestation and aging infrastructures all pose challenges to recovery.
The transportation tectonics are shifting — and everything from software to sensors to machine learning are offering new opportunities.
National governments have been sued in climate change lawsuits. Companies could be next.
Florida mayors representing 22 cities across our state have joined a list of 300 cities across the U.S. in signing on to a letter calling for a future powered by more clean, renewable solar power, released today […]
An overflow crowd assembled today at the Climate Action Center at the IFEMA event hall in Madrid, where the COP25 climate conference is being held. From across the enormous conference center, people came to hear […]
Read Wildlife conservation bill would bring millions to Florida – “A bipartisan bill aimed at keeping wildlife populations off the endangered species list is to get a markup by the U.S. House Natural Resources C […]
Increasingly, consumers and social media users are voicing their concerns — and companies are listening.
The fight for climate justice is a fight for universal human rights. None know this better than the Indigenous communities on the frontlines, fending off greedy fossil fuel giants. In 2018, 164 environmental […]
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