It's 42 degrees in West Branch today. Here's the news—
Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic
The challenge of global climate action isn’t that other people will benefit from your emissions cuts; it’s that many interests actively oppose decarbonization. The key to passing climate policy is stitching together a coalition that will support and sustain decarbonization.
Camila Domonoske, NPR
Some companies, under pressure from shareholders, are tying executive compensation to climate targets. It's not widespread yet, but the approach is catching on.
Philip Bump, The Washington Post
The United States had years to prepare for the new economic reality. It often chose not to.
Miriam Berger, The Washington Post
Environmentalists had hoped that pandemic-related declines in emissions-fueling activity might signal a shift in consumption that could continue.