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The Supreme Court’s Devastating Impacts on the EPA
An energy and policy expert explains the WV v. EPA court case and its potentially devastating effects.
Reaching 100% Renewables by 2035
Community organizer Bridget Vial and energy analyst Paula Garcia discuss how some states can reach an equitable transition to 100% clean energy by 2035.
Why Climate Resilience Is Like a Tiger Chase
Everyone knows we need to cut emissions. But we need to start adapting too.
Economics of Gas-Fired Power
Many fossil fuel power plants across the country are no longer economic to operate year-round.
What is Climate Resilience?
Solving the climate crisis isn’t just about cutting carbon emissions. It’s about protecting people from harm.
Since its founding, the Union of Concerned Scientists has been a leader in science and technology communication. We’ve worked with thousands of researchers and academics to help them make their work more accessible to lay audiences.
The Danger of Gas Leaks
Organizer Yaritza Perez and climate scientist Dr. Juan Declet-Barreto discuss methane pollution.
Out of the Lab, Into the Community
Dr. Monica Unseld details her journey from scientist to activist and discusses how science institutions can forge successful partnerships with communities.
How Do We Get 100% Renewable Energy?
Analysis suggests it's possible. To get there equitably, we need policies that ensure everyone can experience the benefits.
On the Road to 100 Percent Renewables
States can reliably meet 100 percent of their electricity needs with renewable energy.
What You Can Do about Disinformation
Know how to identify it, counter it, and stop it in its tracks.
Let Communities Choose Clean Energy
This report explains how Highland Park, Michigan, a community disproportionately harmed by pollution, can create a clean, just, and equitable energy system.