The number of unhealthy air days in nearly three dozen cities soared in the first two years of the Trump administration, according...
A national conservation group revealed Wednesday that President Donald Trump's drilling leases on public lands could lead to the release of more...
There are a few competing electric vehicle-related bills kicking around Capitol Hill right now. One, a bipartisan bill aptly titled the Driving America...
The fossil fuel industry is working hard to eliminate a tax credit that reduces emissions and creates jobs.
A report by a private research company found that U.S. emissions, which amount to one-sixth of the planet's, didn't fall in 2018 but instead skyrocketed. The 3.4 percent jump for 2018, projected by the firm, would be second-largest surge in greenhouse gas emissions from the U.S. since Bill Clinton was president.
The Trump administration’s plan, as reported by Bloomberg, disregards the arguments and wishes of the auto industry.
“Over and over again, the Trump administration has put polluters before the health and safety of New Yorkers.”
An important part of this finding seems like common sense – limiting fossil fuel production would lead to reduced consumption.
The data provided in this report could likely become one of the most valuable tools in the fight to hold corporations accountable for the harm they have caused to the planet.
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