The announcement comes after the former vice president released an updated $2 trillion plan for tackling climate change.

Calls from advocates and congressional Democrats are growing louder for a nationwide ban on disconnections.

The senator's California credentials may also be a plus on climate change.


The oil giant said it will stop oil and gas exploration in new countries and slash oil and gas production by 40 percent.

Though many months in the making, the bill from Sens. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) comes in the middle of the veepstakes.

The former vice president and his campaign spent months talking to climate activists, labor leaders and former rivals to craft his $2 trillion climate plan.

The trip comes as the oil-rich state is in play in a presidential election for the first time in a generation.

The drop comes even as President Trump has tried to rescue the industry.

Drought, fires and aquatic dead zones are harming the habitat of the animals they like to hunt and fish, they say.

Democrats and Republicans aim to use passage of the Great American Outdoors Act to boost them politically.

The Great American Outdoors Act now heads to President Trump's desk.

Major unions representing coal miners and pipefitters are declining to endorse anyone in the 2020 race.

The unequal distribution of green spaces gives those groups less access to clean air and the other health benefits of spending time outdoors, advocates say.

The state's petroleum sector, already ailing from the coronavirus pandemic, could eventually face new costs and environmental hurdles.

At the same time, the petroleum sector wants to make sure it isn't shut out of a potential Biden administration.

The former vice president's plan would put the United States on a 15-year timeline for eliminating greenhouse gas pollution from power plants.

The Democratic-controlled states say they will try to have every new medium- and heavy-duty vehicle sold within their borders be electric by 2050.

William Perry Pendley is under scrutiny for his past comments on the Black Lives Matter movement.

Environmental issues will play a big role in the race against Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.).

The proposal may not satisfy the left and will likely be fodder for Republican attacks in an election year.

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