How Tennessee's Taken the Politics Out of Renewable Energy
Its big and small, Democratic and Republican cities are going green. Other states want to know how.
Hit by Hurricane Harvey While Still Feeling the Impact of Ike
To this day, Galveston, Texas, gets millions less in federal funding because of a 2008 storm. It's a cautionary tale of how long it takes to financially recover from disasters.
Flooding Expected to Worsen to 'Unprecedented' Levels in Houston
People across southeastern Texas scrambled to find shelter Sunday as Tropical Storm Harvey continued to drench the state, dropping up to 24 inches on Houston in 24 hours, flooding bayous and rivers, and unleashing one of the worst natural disasters in Texas history.
Northeastern States Vow to Cut Carbon Emissions 30% by 2030
Officials with Connecticut and the eight other Northeastern states that are part of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) announced Wednesday that they have tentatively agreed to more stringent air pollution restrictions through 2030.
Most States Are Combating Climate Change and Growing Their Economies
But a new report, released right after Trump nominated a climate skeptic to lead the EPA, shows that some states still have rising emissions.