By Keely Felton, CEA, CMVP. Major “green" lending programs help to offset the costs of such sustainable and energy-efficient...
At his international climate summit last week, President Joe Biden vowed to cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030.
President Biden took a number of Day One actions to help fulfill his promises to achieve a carbon-free power sector by 2035...
Mayors and city managers across the world are turning urban centers into laboratories, implementing measures to cut air pollution and move toward zero-carbon energy.
Google Earth has managed to add the element of time to their geographical data. The first thing that you will notice on their time-lapse maps is how humans have changed the planet.
Online networks built last year by EarthDay.org will allow for an estimated 10 million people to tune in for three summits and a second-annual digital live event.
On April 22, 1970, millions of Americans took part in demonstrations and community cleanups celebrating the first Earth Day.
The article examines the myriad risks that climate change poses to New York City...
As investor demand for climate and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) information soars, the SEC is responding with an all-agency approach.
A Northern California city has become what's believed to be the first in the country to ban all new gas stations in an effort to curb carbon emissions.
The $95 billion in damage came in a year marked by a record number of named Atlantic storms, as well as the largest wildfires recorded in California.
Instead of moving away from areas in climate crisis, Americans are flocking to them. As land in places like Phoenix, Houston and Miami becomes less habitable, the country’s migration patterns will be forced to change.
The Texas capital will build a 31-station rail system, rapid bus routes, and bike lanes to get more people out of cars.
The real estate industry is increasingly looking at how resilient communities are to natural disasters before deciding whether to buy or develop land.
For anyone paying attention, the ambitious 2019 Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) raised serious questions about how NY intends to achieve near-net zero greenhouse emissions by 2050.
It’s believed to be one of the largest environmental dumping cases in New York state history. The criminal defendants are responsible for the cost to remediate the contaminated soil in Suffolk County.
The Obama administration directed the EPA to focus on climate-related threats. Now, the Trump administration refuses to even use the word.
Hurricanes, floods and wildfires imperil hundreds of toxic sites. But the Trump administration won't talk about the rising risks.