America is in the midst of a clean energy revolution. Currently, wind and solar energy provide nearly 10 percent of our nation’s electricity and in 2018 America produced almost five times as much renewable electricity from the sun and the wind as in 2009. Renewables on the Rise documents the dramatic rise of clean energy over the past decade and looks toward a future that is 100 percent renewable.

Reflecting on the ways sustainability has been integrated into daily life on campus, and about the ways in which large-scale sustainability could, and should, be implemented on college campuses and in cities across the country.

Morgan Chrisman

Plans for new logging in one of the world’s last remaining temperate rainforests are a disaster for Alaska and the global climate.

James Horrox

What will it take to spark Copenhagen-style public demand for bike-friendly streets in U.S. cities?

James Horrox

What is the true value of solar? An op-ed in Greentech Media discusses our new report, which makes the case that policymakers should account for the full value of solar energy, including societal benefits to the environment and public health.

In its coverage of Safe for Swimming?, our new report on beach water quality, the Boston Globe describes infrastructure improvements that Massachusetts can make to reduce sewer and stormwater pollution, and to keep beaches safe.

Following the release of Debit Cards on Campus, Wells Fargo announced that it would eliminate some fees on its campus debit cards.

From Houston, Texas, to Portland, Oregon, to Harrisonburg, Virginia, news reports provided local perspective on the wasteful highway projects included in Highway Boondoggles 5.

How can communities build a successful composting program to reduce waste and curb emissions? Waste360 described recommendations from Frontier Group's June report, Composting in America.

Analyst R.J. Cross spoke to Marketplace about the dangers of rising auto debt for consumers and the link to America's car-dependent transportation system.