THE ATLANTIC   ‘Screen Shot 2021-02-07 at 7.21.20 PMIdeas that matter. Since 1857′  How a Plan to Save the Power System Disappeared  >A federal lab found a way to modernize the grid, reduce reliance on coal, and save consumers billions. Trump appointees blocked it.   ‘A beacon in the smog’ ‘It just goes into a black hole’  >The Trump administration is burying dozens of studies detailing the promise of renewable energy, impeding a transition away from fossil fuels.

INVESTIGATE WEST   An award-winning nonprofit journalism studio based in SeattleScreen Shot 2021-02-07 at 8.00.56 PM A Lost Decade: How Climate Action Fizzled In Cascadia  >Washington, Oregon and British Columbia pledged to slash carbon emissions. In a decade full of big talk and some epic battles, they all failed.

UNDARK   From the Knight Science Journalism Program A Timber-Based Building Method Draws Praise, and Skeptics  >Cross-laminated timber is today’s hottest sustainable construction material, but can it really slow climate change?

THE TYEE   Independent online news magazine from Vancouver, British Columbia since 2003 Screen Shot 2021-02-07 at 8.01.48 PM In Outbreaks Some Health Workers Bolt. BC Is Trying to Prevent It How Cascadia Can Prevent Another Lost Decade

HAKAI MAGAZINE   Committing acts of journalism that focus on the world’s coastlines and coastal communities The Hot Mess of Hawai‘i’s Renewable Power Push  >Can the island of Moloka‘i and its utility get along well enough to teach the rest of the world how to get off fossil power?

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN   America’s oldest continually-published magazine Solar and Wind Power Could Ignite a Hydrogen Energy Comeback  PDF Weather-Smart Electric Grids Are Needed for Wind and Solar Power to Surge  PDF

TECHNOLOGY REVIEW   ‘Bringing about better-informed, more conscious technology decisions’  Can Japan Recapture its Solar Power?  <>  Alberta’s Oil Sands Heat Up  <>  Saving Lives with Living Machines  PDF

IEEE SPECTRUM   National Magazine Award winner for General Excellence Among Thought Leader Magazines China’s Ambitious Plan to Build the World’s Biggest Supergrid China’s Cyclists Take Charge Nuclear Wasteland

NATURE   The world’s most cited scientific journal Climate Policy: Scientists Get Political

NEW SCIENTIST   The world’s most popular weekly science magazine Finally we can power the planet on renewables alone – here’s how  PDF

DISCOVER   ‘Expand your mind’ Averting the Blackout of the Century

InsideClimate News   Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of our world’s big story Has the UN Climate Assessment Process Become Obsolete? States Are Using Social Cost of Carbon, Despite Trump’s Opposition

ENSIA   Solutions-focused environmental journalism Are Energy-Saving Settings Bad for the Environment? If Carbon Pricing is So Great, Why isn’t it Working?

AlbertaViews   A feisty little monthly from Canada’s oil-soaked heartland Digging a Carbon Hole for Canada  PDF

SUNDAY TIMES of LONDON   A colourful Murdoch broadsheet. An Ice Age Cometh

ARCHITECTURAL RECORD   A 130-year-old monthly for design professionals. Building-Integrated Wind Power: A Force of Nature Urban Agriculture Grows Up