Bad ChemistryContaminants in New Jersey Soil and Water Are Toxic, Documents Reveal
Solvay had previously withheld information about the PFAS chemicals on the grounds that it was “confidential business information.”
Minnesota Tells Pipeline Company Not to Run “Counterinsurgency” Against Protesters
The state approved Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline plans with a warning — but opponents are still expecting a crackdown.
The Other Race on Georgia’s January Ballot
The runoff for Georgia’s Public Service Commission is a referendum on the powerful energy company Georgia Power.
Dispatches From a California Prison Amid the Climate and Coronavirus Crises
Long-standing heat management issues at the California Institution for Women were exacerbated by policies made in the wake of the pandemic.
Biden Treasury Pick Could Defund the Fossil Fuel Industry, Climate Organizers Say
The push is part of a wider vision of what climate-conscious national leadership could look like — and a demand for action.