5 takeaways from 4 nights of GOP messaging
The Republican National Convention set the stage for a brutal campaign in which energy issues will play a key role in the GOP drive to label former Vice President Joe Biden a radical.
Trump's 2nd term energy plan? 'Continue what we're doing'
President Trump has struggled to articulate what he'd like to do on energy in the next four years, and the Republican Party scrapped a 2020 convention platform, saying only that it would "continue to enthusiastically support the president's America-first agenda."
High stakes for GOP messaging on conservation agenda
Republicans may use the Great American Outdoors Act as evidence of their focus on conservation, but critics say the party platform raises questions about the GOP's commitment to public lands.
4 takeaways from the Democratic convention
Climate change got unprecedented airtime at the Democratic National Convention this week, sending the party onto the campaign trail this fall with a historically ambitious environmental agenda.
Where Biden and Harris differ on the environment, climate
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his new running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), have differences on energy and the environment to work out as the campaign moves forward.
What choosing Harris says about Biden and climate
Joe Biden elevated Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) as a potential leader on climate policy for the next decade. She has a record of supporting ambitious carbon goals but lacks experience in fighting for them legislatively.
Inside the rise of the green super PACs
Major green super political action committees have collectively doubled their fundraising and more than doubled their spending since Donald Trump won the White House, according to an E&E News analysis of financial records filed with the Federal Election Commission.
8 attorney general races to watch
State attorneys general fighting the Trump administration's environmental policies in court could gain — or lose — a couple of members of their coalition this fall.
5 congressional races you should be watching
All eyes are on the big prizes in the Senate — Colorado and Maine, among others. But with many primaries in the rearview mirror, some contests below the radar are shaping up to be key battlegrounds for control of Congress come 2021.
Coronavirus will upend this year's races. But how?
Election Day is 204 days away, and about the only thing experts and analysts agree on is that the effect of the novel coronavirus on the election is anyone's guess.