Overnight Energy & Environment — Presented by Climate Power — Democratic leaders vow climate action amid divide

Welcome to Monday’s Overnight Energy & Environment, your source for the latest news focused on energy, the environment and beyond. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup. Today we’re looking at President BidenJoe BidenBiden stumps for Newsom on eve of recall: ‘The eyes of the nation are on California’ Biden looks to climate toContinue Reading

Biologists defy Cyprus' ethnic divide to protect environment

NICOSIA, CYPRUS – There’s something regal in the sprightly step and curious gaze of the longhorn sheep that roam the hills near Varisia, an abandoned village inside a U.N. buffer zone that cuts across ethnically divided Cyprus. The endangered Mouflon sheep that’s endemic to the eastern Mediterranean island nation isContinue Reading

Clean megaprojects divide surprise group: environmentalists

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Sprawling wind farms located off the coast. Hydropower transmission lines that cut through some of America’s most beloved forests and rivers. Solar megaprojects of unprecedented size. As President Joe Biden’s administration plans to fight climate change by weaning the nation off fossil fuels, these large-scale renewableContinue Reading