The White House says the program will provide paid training to 20,000 Americans in its first year. It's much smaller than its New Deal predecessor, but targets a more diverse group of young people.
Puerto Rico's power grid does not have a good record when it comes to weathering powerful storms. Many on the island would like to develop a more decentralized grid powered mostly by the sun.
California accuses oil companies of misleading the public on the dangers of fossil fuels for decades. The state demands they help fund recovery efforts after climate change-fueled disasters.
Climate change, technological leaps, panicked insurers, the shifting sense of responsibility: All are powering the still-nascent, but fast-growing industry of preparing homes for wildfires.
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that as recently as 2016, Exxon executives were privately pushing back on the idea that humans need to cut their use of oil and gas to limit global warming.
The outlook for climate change is better now than a few years ago, but countries have a long way to go to avoid dangerous climate impacts, according to a new report.
Ukraine is the first nation with a large-scale nuclear power industry to face a full-scale war. Experts say the risks are daunting.
Federal officials released a draft environmental review of the pipeline, but said they're waiting for more input before deciding the future of the line's river crossing in North Dakota.
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is home to dozens of species — and to an ongoing political fight over oil and gas. Now, the Biden administration is hoping ending oil and gas leases will be a win.