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His Climate Anxiety Became Too Much to Ignore. Now He Channels It Into His Work.
4 min read

His Climate Anxiety Became Too Much to Ignore. Now He Channels It Into His Work.

Adam Nashban was a veteran political consultant and dad with climate anxiety. Now he's putting it to work helping companies cut carbon emissions by electrifying their vehicle fleets.

Will my next job have meaningful climate impact?
4 min read

Will my next job have meaningful climate impact?

Unpacking how our Climate Organization Impact Guide can help you land a worthwhile job tackling climate change.

Renewables Gaining Ground in Race to Phase Out Fossil Fuels, Report Says
2 min read

Renewables Gaining Ground in Race to Phase Out Fossil Fuels, Report Says

Phasing oil and gas out of electricity production is key to stopping the planet from getting hotter. A new report says we're making progress.

Rewiring the Grid for a Sustainable Future: A Conversation With Dr. Amol Phadke
Clean Energy 4 min read

Rewiring the Grid for a Sustainable Future: A Conversation With Dr. Amol Phadke

Ever more renewable energy wants to connect to the grid, but the grid's infrastructure isn't ready. Dr. Amol Phadke tells us he has a solution in mind, though.

Hot and Anxious in 2024, But Not Doomed
2 min read

Hot and Anxious in 2024, But Not Doomed

Barely four months in, 2024 is in contention to be the warmest year on record—and experts worry the past may not tell us much about what's in store.

Tumult at a Key Corporate Sustainability Watchdog
Climate Policy 3 min read

Tumult at a Key Corporate Sustainability Watchdog

The Science Based Targets initiative, or SBTi—which sets standards for companies cutting their greenhouse gas emissions—has been wrangling over the role of offsets in decarbonizing supply chains.

You Couldn’t Pick a Better Time to Jump Into Climate Action, Says David Roberts
Climate Careers 4 min read

You Couldn’t Pick a Better Time to Jump Into Climate Action, Says David Roberts

The veteran journalist and podcaster says communicating about the climate crisis has gotten a lot easier since he started in 2004—and so has knowing what to do about it.