Regardless of the federal ruling, local efforts to shut down the most polluting power plants and switch on clean energy continue.
Climate change is happening. What you eat may mean more for our futures than the car you drive.
Europe’s demand for non-Russian energy is supercharging exports of Texas natural gas.
The Eastland fires in March were the worst in more than a decade. As climate change dries out the state, residents must prepare for more—and larger—conflagrations.
Traditional diesel-fueled engines harm kids’ health and pollute the atmosphere. Upcoming state and federal funds aim to help school districts switch to cleaner alternatives.
After a decade of struggle following hurricanes and new fishing regulations, the industry has reached a breaking point.
From coastal resilience to disaster recovery, candidates for land commissioner could transform the position from a political stepping-stone into a force for good.
Despite its vital role regulating oil and gas companies, the Railroad Commission has long operated in the shadows. Thanks to a provocative TikTok, and the aftermath of Winter Storm Uri, the agency is having its moment.
A port’s dredging plans pose a man-made threat to a Texas Superfund site already hammered by hurricanes.
A clean energy company that once operated at Port Arthur's Oxbow plant claims it manipulated SO2 emissions to avoid spending on pollution controls.