Clean Energy

A bird with tan and brown feathers, a long beak, and blue legs stands on a shore.

Big Steps from Biden to Curb Power Plant Pollution

I am a huge fan of refrigerator magnets. They proudly hold my kids’ artwork in temporary exhibition as well as this week’s grocery list. These magnets are also a walk … Read more

A person wearing a hard hat is in a crane bucket. Power lines can be seen crossing through the trees.

A New Path to Siting Energy Transmission

Transmission towers, lines, and stations are crucial to moving energy from its source to homes and businesses. To fully unlock the potential of renewable energy, the United States must at … Read more

Achilles’ Steel: Broadening Horizons in Carbon Dioxide Removal

To prevent the most extreme impacts of climate change – such as devastating hurricanes, intense wildfires, and deadly heat waves – we must all work together to reduce our emissions. … Read more

Against a setting sun, a worker wearing a hardhat is holding a laptop. A transmission tower can be seen.

A Reliable Power Grid

Our electricity demands are increasing, as we electrify transportation and heating systems and require more data centers and manufacturing and industrial facilities. To meet these demands, we need a reliable … Read more

Photo showing two large direct air capture units placed adjacent to one another.

Removing Carbon Emissions from the Air

Direct Air Capture (DAC) is a climate tool that removes carbon dioxide from the ambient air. Since our natural carbon sinks like forests and oceans are overwhelmed, excess emissions have … Read more

A group of seven people stand atop a water vessel and pose for a picture.

Charting the Way Forward on Climate

When thinking about all the change that needs to happen in order to have a clean, carbon-free transportation system and economy, it can be hard to imagine just what that … Read more

Severl wind turbines stemming from the water stand tall against a bright blue sky.

Bringing Offshore Wind to Onshore Communities

The Biden Administration is working to meet its ambitious goal of transforming how we generate and deliver electricity – a national target of 30 gigawatts of offshore wind energy by … Read more

A yellow apparatus floats in the water. It is labeled, "Environmental Monitoring Module".

The Importance of Environmental Monitoring

On a sunny February afternoon, NWF’s senior industrial policy specialist, Dr. Simone H. Stewart, and I drove down a winding Louisiana road that led to a boathouse on Pass Manchac, … Read more

One large bear is followed by three smaller bears across a river.

Optimizing the Energy Grid

Updating and expanding our nation’s energy grid will help clean up the air we breathe, cut electricity bills, and ensure the lights stay on during extreme weather. It is also essential … Read more

A person in reflective gear stands beside a train. Buildings can be seen in the distance.

New York City for Offshore Wind

The South Brooklyn Marine Terminal (SBMT) will be a major hub for the offshore wind industry over the coming decades. The terminal will be transformed into a port for staging … Read more

  • Page 1 of 4
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4