Warren blasts Trump administration for offshore wind delay
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) blasted the Trump administration today for delaying the first major offshore wind project in the U.S., accusing the Interior Department of putting "polluters' profits" over people.
Trump's ANWR push: Will it really yield much oil?
Companies may soon have their first shot at securing drilling rights in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge if a Trump administration plan comes to fruition this year. But experts are divided on whether the proposal will release as much oil as claimed.
N.Y. looks to Europe offshore wind for its Green New Deal
New York is studying Europe's playbook for developing offshore wind, but some lessons may get lost in translation as the Empire State pursues some of the largest wind projects planned in U.S. waters, according to a report yesterday from the New York Power Authority.
Royal Bank of Scotland won't fund Alaska refuge drilling
The Royal Bank of Scotland won't offer financial backing for energy developers in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, according to an updated policy on environmental, social or ethical risks that the bank released yesterday.
S.C. under fire for seismic testing approvals
In a bid to obstruct the Trump administration's support for offshore oil and gas development, coastal towns and small businesses in South Carolina are urging the state to reverse course on its approvals of seismic testing, given new information about potential harms to ocean life.