Banks have helped cause much of the crisis we find ourselves in; it would be fascinating if they turned out to be one of the solutions.
Over the next three years, there could be enough solar-generated electricity in Louisiana to power 60,000 homes in a state rich with oil and gas and crisscrossed with pipelines.
15-metre-tall ancestors of modern-day, cultivated bananas contain the precious genetics that could save the popular fruit from climate change, pests and disease.
An E.P.A. investigation has found that the owners of more than half a million diesel pickup trucks have installed devices to defeat emissions controls and boost pollution.
Exposure to glyphosate could adversely affect the microbes in our gut, potentially leading to poor health.
Internal studies obtained by Consumer Reports show that the chemical company Solvay has been aware of issues related to PFAS replacements since the 1990s.
The Trump administration has denied a key permit or a massive gold and copper mine in Alaska striking a devastating blow to a project opposed by an unusual coalition that includes the president's son as well as conservationists and Alaska Natives.
A coalition of nine environmental groups is suing the Environmental Protection Agency over a rule that extends the life of giant pits of toxic coal sludge, risking contamination of nearby water sources.
Although he faces a split Congress, the US president-elect has levers he can pull in the government to advance clean energy and curb global warming.
Colstrip, Montana, has been a poster child for the kind of coal mining community that looked to Donald Trump to bring back the industry and save their town.