• Marchers pack NY streets; loud calls to price carbon

    by Seth Zuckerman on September 22, 2014

    Rockefeller family foundation to divest from the very fuels that built their fortune, U.S. Navy orders 100 million gallons of biofuels, novices build a wind generator from scratch, and more stories of the week in clean energy.

  • Diverse voices on the People’s Climate Train

    by Kelly Hall on September 20, 2014

    Kelly Hall finds people deeply concerned about equality around the world and how a changing climate exacerbates existing social problems all over the globe.

  • Cascadian solutions in the Big Apple

    by KC Golden on September 20, 2014

    “Climate change?!  That’s a global thing.  Let the global people deal with it.” This is what we often hear from the fossil fuel interests and their allies when we propose bold climate solutions in the Northwest.   It’s one of their many ways of saying, “It’s hopeless. Resistance is futile.  Think about something else [… which, of course, people are understandably eager to do!]”

  • Overcoming climate depression: why I'm joining the People's Climate March

    by Katrina Rabeler on September 17, 2014

    This weekend, tens of thousands of people are putting their lives on pause to be part of the largest-ever climate mobilization in New York. And for many, the reasons for being there are personal.

  • German clean-energy push makes ripples worldwide

    by Seth Zuckerman on September 15, 2014

    Solar and wind reap worldwide benefits from German shift to renewables, World Bank expects carbon pricing news at next week's summit, climate change versus the birds, and more stories of the week in clean energy solutions