Will Climate Change Lead to a 'Fiscal Tsunami'?
Ratings agencies want more information about each state and local government's vulnerability to extreme weather. Moody's isn't waiting for them to give it up.
Deadliest Wildfire in California History May Have Been Started by Faulty Utility Hook
For weeks a PG&E transmission tower northeast of Paradise has loomed as a possible culprit in the Camp fire, triggering a slew of lawsuits and official investigations.
Why It's Vital for States to Sue Over Climate Change
By taking fossil-fuel companies to court, states stand the best chance to hold them to account.
Virginia Started a Unique Climate Change Fund. 2 Years Later, It's Empty.
In the spring of 2016, former Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed a bill that gave Virginia a first-of-its-kind loan program.
Climate Change Has Been a Losing Battle for Governments. Could a New Lawsuit Turn the Tide?
Rhode Island is using new tactics to hold fossil fuel companies responsible for disaster-related infrastructure damage.