Peter Frumhoff

I was saddened this week to learn of the passing of the remarkable Ed Miles , who died on May 7 at his home in Seattle, Washington. I first came to know Ed in the late 1990s, when we were both...

Efforts to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for their contributions to climate change have gained both momentum and traction as attorneys general in Massachusetts and the US Virgin Islands...

As we celebrate the landmark Paris Agreement and the momentum it creates for accelerating the pace of clean energy adoption and climate preparedness in the U.S. and internationally, the Union of...

I’m writing from the Paris climate negotiations to share with you some exciting news: Today, 74 of our nation’s leading clean energy and climate experts have released a letter urging U.S...

Internal Exxon memos recently brought to light through meticulous investigative reporting by Inside Climate News (ICN) show that senior company executives knew by 1978 that emissions of carbon...

BP has withdrawn support to ALEC, a group known for misrepresenting climate science, but appearances can be deceptive. Oil, gas and coal companies remain firmly behind climate disinformation...

The president’s science advisor John P. Holdren has often observed that humanity has three basic options for dealing with climate change: Mitigation (reducing heat-trapping emissions), adaptation (...

By the end of this year, more than half of all industrial emissions of carbon dioxide since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution will have been released since 1988 — the year it became widely known...

It is remarkable how many U.S. elected officials appear to be baffled about climate change these days. Despite the long scientific consensus that emissions of heat-trapping gases from burning fossil...

If you care deeply about the natural world, how should you view the growing number of wind turbines across the American landscape? Peetz Table Wind Farm, Photo By Marguerite Kelly, NREL 14112. Two...

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