On a ghost town, a garbage dump, and Pennsylvania's forever fire.
In the aftermath of the derailment, which released toxic chemicals into the streams and air around East Palestine, many are wondering how the country’s regulations around rail traffic could have allowed a train with 20 cars of hazardous material not to be considered a “high hazard.”
Wind turbines are being built in ocean waters off the east and west coasts. But why don’t we see any in the Great Lakes?
Hidden recorders, dirty politicians, and the corrupt companies that financed it all.
For programs like Goodwill's Greenworks, it starts with engagement.
Biden's Justice40 Initiative wants an equitable transition to clean energy. In Detroit, Black-led businesses are key.
Commentary: A goodbye letter to the city.
The youth-led national Sunrise Movement made a case to local organizers.
In southern Illinois, one community’s complex relationship with the industry on display.
A wind farm on Lake Erie? If only Ohio pols, and some environmental activists, too, would get out of the way.
By Justin Nobel Icebreaker Wind, a promising Lake Erie wind energy project — which would be the first freshwater wind [...]