U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan will require states to reduce their power-sector carbon-dioxide emissions rates by varying amounts by 2030. E&E has collected our news coverage of the rule in this easy-to-use, interactive resource. For a state-by-state breakdown, click on the map to read an overview of state reactions, find links to relevant documents and read all of the stories related to each state.
How will the 45th president address energy, the environment and climate change? E&E examines the administration: The Cabinet, the agencies, the policies.
E&E examines the effects of heat and drought conditions on agriculture, energy production, water policy, forest and wildfire management, and climate science.
The Fiscal 2017 Budget & Appropriations Report is a one-stop resource for tracking the fiscal 2017 spending process for environmental and energy accounts. The report includes budget tables for DOE, EPA, Interior, USDA and others, and links to stories that relate to the issues surrounding each bill. The tables and stories will be updated throughout the year.
E&E tracks developments relating to the Paris Agreement and other international efforts to curb emissions of greenhouse gases.
E&E provides on-the-ground coverage of the armed occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and analysis of the public lands controversies that sparked it.
Energy and environmental newsmakers dish on politics, pet peeves and their TV addictions.
Your guide to committee line-ups in the 115th Congress
American dams — symbols of the nation's 20th century might — are crumbling. E&E News examines efforts to avert disaster as pressure grows for a new era of dam building in the arid West.
A continuing series examining the ups and downs of the coal industry and whether President Trump can save it.
Tomorrow's energy storage market will be huge. Can America take it back from Asia and create factories and jobs?
E&E News rounds up key players on energy and environmental policy.
A surge in seismic activity is occurring around the U.S., and many top scientists are pointing at injection of waste from drilling and hydraulic fracturing as a possible culprit.
E&E Daily's in-depth profiles of freshmen who will have an immediate impact on energy and environmental policy.
A multi-part E&E News series examines the widening gulf separating U.S. climate change goals and the powerful economic forces buffeting the nation's fleet of carbon-free nuclear plants.
Has the U.S. seen its last oil boom? Energywire explores the issue in this five-part series.
Greenwire explores the challenges facing the National Park Service as it launches its second century.
A look at the key issues and most competitive down-ballot races in presidential battlegrounds.
ClimateWire looks at the nation's unexpected hot spots.
A four-part EnergyWire investigation documents how an unprecedented cyberattack in Ukraine exposed troubling security gaps across the U.S. power grid and a dysfunctional cyber alert system at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Greenwire examines water-management blunders that are turning the West’s once-magnificent salt lakes into hotbeds of toxic air pollution.
A six-part series from ClimateWire about the highs and lows of carbon markets — America’s most complex export. From the mind of an American economist in the late 1960s to the hazy skies of Beijing, John Fialka examines how carbon markets have been a game-changer in tackling emissions and their role moving forward.