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Warren Calls On Perry To Step Down From Energy Transfer Board
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is calling on former U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry to step down from the board of the general partner that controls Dallas-based pipeline giant
U.S. Investigators May go to Iran, But Role Remains Fraught
The U.S. government has vowed to clear the way for participation by its investigators in Iran’s probe of this week’s jetliner crash, but that’s just the first step in a highly volatile situation.
Return to the Rat Hole
Coal mining has been reopened in the Indian state of Meghalaya, but it isn’t clear that government protections will improve life for workers or help the environment.
Power Cuts Are Plaguing Southern Africa. The Region Needs Renewable Energy.
Zimbabwe and its richer neighbor South Africa are in the throes of an electricity crisis. Alternative sources of energy are the solution.
Which of the cleaner states imports dirty electricity?
Some regions suffer from pollution as they send power elsewhere.
How Energy Companies Corrupt State Politics
In 2017, a coalition of Democratic activists and party leaders led a “Blue Wave” in Virginia, flipping 15 Republican-held House seats and becoming a vessel of hope for Democrats nationwide. This year,
The Myth of U.S. Energy Independence Has Gone Up in Smoke
Attacks on Saudi Arabia prove that, when it comes to oil, Washington still isn’t close to being master of its own fate.
The Democrats aren’t trying to take away your light bulbs
How much would you give up in service of global salvation? Maybe that's the wrong question.
The Limits of Clean Energy
If the world isn’t careful, renewable energy could become as destructive as fossil fuels.
Wisconsin Becomes First Midwest State With a Plan to Go Carbon-Free By Midcentury
The impacts of climate change have been real so far this year for the Midwest. Historic flooding has ravaged multiple states, and don’t even get me started on last month’s heatwave.Read more...
Trump’s Top Energy Regulator Invites Execs to Coal Country
President Donald Trump’s chief energy regulator has invited a group of environmentalists, energy executives and other industry leaders to the heart of Coal Country for a summit on “the future of
How A Foreign Government Wrote Trump's Campaign Speech
ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. President Donald Trump’s inauguration chairman, Tom
The Public Can Solve Climate Change if We Let It
The most efficient way of spreading renewable energy? Getting local communities involved.
China Is Winning the Solar Space Race
The United States should be leading on the energy of the future — but it keeps blowing its chances.
The United States’ Antitrust Laws Can’t Match Saudi Aramco
Congress should pass NOPEC to give America a fighting chance against oil cartels.
When Coal Comes to Paradise
As China pushes clean energy policies at home, it is exporting its high-pollution coal industry to pristine places like Kenya’s Lamu Island—with Nairobi’s seal of approval. Local residents fear it
Oil’s Power Players
The United States may be a growing force in energy markets, but national oil companies still reign supreme.
Australia's Climate Wars Set to Heat Up After Coal Champion Wins
Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s surprise victory in Australia’s election was a win for the coal industry and ensures the debate about tackling climate change will continue to polarize the nation.
U.S. Senate Threatens Sanctions Over Russian Pipeline
Washington and Berlin face off again over Nord Stream 2 as European ships are targeted.
Brazil Was a Global Leader on Climate Change. Now It’s a Threat.
Jair Bolsonaro’s government could roll back decades of progress on clean energy and reducing deforestation.