Following a landmark settlement agreement, $8.6 million will be invested back into projects that uplift the community of Peoria, Illinois, where a dirty coal plant is scheduled to close by the end of 2022.
To help a community leave its dirty energy economy behind, advocates must fight for local representation, equity, and retraining that prepares workers for high-quality jobs.
With grassroots groups and other partners, J. C. Kibbey is fighting for one of the country’s most ambitious climate bills—and a just transition away from coal.
Taking care of those communities distressed by the shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy is an economic and ethical imperative.
Also, the self-styled environmentalist-in-chief skips a climate summit, and the EPA’s Science Advisory Board misses a big, big deadline.
Plus, national parks are getting hazy (again), and Trump makes a quixotic bid to buy Greenland.
Dan Sawmiller, NRDC’s Ohio energy policy director, forms unexpected alliances to build out renewables in the Buckeye State.
Two new bills could put the Prairie State on the path to 100 percent renewable energy within decades.
Wind and solar are powering a clean energy revolution. Here’s what you need to know about renewables and how you can help make an impact at home.
Americans know which way the energy winds are blowing—and in the heartland, they’re blowing mightily.
Utilities aren’t waiting for the Supreme Court’s Clean Power Plan verdict to green up their act.
Since the election, Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio have been keeping their clean power progress strong.
A number of governors who campaigned on renewables and other environmental causes won their races—and the chance to get their states moving on serious climate action.
Four out of five of us express support for the Endangered Species Act. Its attackers should take note.
A 400-megawatt solar farm could make this region a hub for clean power and big companies looking to cut carbon.