"These utility-led programs could drive significant job and economic growth statewide as we step out of our current pause."
“Organizing is intertwined with our survival as a people, and that can’t take a back seat."
Trump’s border wall is not alone. Similar structures and development on the lands between nations threaten biodiversity around the globe.
“The coal industry is the first to fall, and it’s falling hard. But they’re fighting much harder in the face of that. They’re fighting like a trapped raccoon in the corner.”
“Having multinational companies with their tin cups out asking for taxpayer dollars at this moment in time is wrong.”
"I hope the striking improvements in air quality we've seen remind us what things could be like if we shifted to green power and electric vehicles."
A biodiversity experiment in Australia showed animal species can help reduce flammable leaf litter by 24 percent.
No matter how this pandemic finally plays out, the post-Covid-19 world is bound to have a very different look from the pre-pandemic one and energy use is likely to be among the areas most affected by the transformations underway.
The EPA recently announced it would not be strengthening the standard for particle pollution or soot, despite the agency’s own analysis showing that strengthening the standard by 25 percent could save 12,500 lives per year.
The announcement moves both Stockholm and the E.U. forward in their plans to fight the climate crisis.