Voters could flip legislatures in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina, potentially opening the door to more aggressive climate policy.
The utility’s general election campaign contributions were more bipartisan than its primary giving, a sign that it might be hedging its bets on the election outcome.
The outcome in about a dozen competitive legislative races and the contest for Lt. Governor could tip the balance on climate and clean energy legislation in the state.
Schools and governments in Southwest Virginia want solar policy to match new state law.
A George Mason University researcher found a strong interest in reporting on how climate change is affecting local communities — and stories that spotlight solutions.