Rural Renaissance author L. Michelle Moore writes that it will be up to rural leaders to put federal climate investments to work building local resilience in a rapidly changing world.
Even in states like New Mexico that depend on oil revenue, the costs outweigh the benefits.
A look at how building owners and other stakeholders are adapting to DC’s ambitious new clean energy law.
Recent fires and evacuations are yet another reminder that Californians must find ways to adapt to the new normal of climate change to ensure the safety of our most vulnerable communities.
Climate fires are California’s new normal. This new normal requires new strategies, new technologies and new partnerships with America’s caregivers to ensure the sick, the elderly and the most vulnerable are climate and energy resilient.
Leveraged successfully, the new federal Opportunity Zones can help build a green economy and advance social equity.
A new report shows how cities are fighting climate change and energy inefficiency with an eye toward equity.
In the heart of Columbia Heights, a new apartment building offers residents and nearby community members an unexpected service: Resilience.
Washington, D.C. has passed the most ambitious clean energy law in the US. Now what?
What makes a successful home energy reduction program? In North Carolina, a focus on equity, strong partnerships, and a supportive utility is producing a myriad of community benefits.