Ready for 100
As the Trump administration continues to fawn over the fossil fuel industry rather that job-creating renewable energy, local proponents in New York and California are looking for ways to take up the fight in court.
The U.S. suffered 16 weather and climate disasters that each caused losses in excess of $1 billion, but recovery programs are trying to combat this new normal.
Activists across the state are demanding that elected officials make environmental justice part of their economic policy.
Cities will narrow their focus and begin the vital, if less glamorous, process of figuring out how to implement their environmental policy goals.
It’s been a year, but people-power is more alive than ever and we can still have a bright future if you want it.
Women mayors and business leaders from some of the world’s biggest cities pledged to help them tackle climate change and deliver on the goals of the Paris climate agreement.
The Cop23 climate negotiations were basically everybody leaving the U.S. to do whatever it wants to do with fossil fuels all alone.
They were honored at the C40 Cities Bloomberg Philanthropies Awards, which supports cities addressing climate change in concrete and creative ways
Despite the Trump administration's delusions about climate and energy, city leaders are moving forward without them.
The Sierra Club released a new report about the Ready for 100 campaign. None of the cities profiled have reached their 100 percent clean energy goal yet, but they've taken steps in the right direction.
Just like when Trump pulled out of the Paris climate agreement, officials at the community level must step up to address America's energy crisis.
Governments can use car-free transportation as another strategy to address broader social concerns like health, safety, and cost of living.