Here are some of the top climate news items this autumn.
One year after its passage, Republican congressional districts have received nearly $74 billion in announced or awarded funding, with less than $10 billion in funding for Democratic districts.
Lacking evidence, conservative think tanks stoke fears that offshore wind farms lead to beached whales.
The contribution of renewable energy powering Texas through a deadly heat dome in late June reached an all-time high of almost 42 percent, but a recent report found the state’s transmission infrastructure can’t handle the full load renewables can generate.
Republican obstructionism forces Senate Democrats into conflicting climate-impact compromise with passage of the Inflation Reduction Act.
Solar- and wind-power naysayers frequently chime about gaps in energy production at night or when the wind dies down, but energy storage is gaining ground as a viable, scalable solution.
“Planet of the Humans” raises the critical issue of how should we move forward, knowing our path to date has not resulted in reduced emissions.
A common argument against wind farms is the threat to birds, but domesticated cats are far more deadly, according to a variety of research. As…