Some are frustrated with 10 years of programs that should have helped residents insulate themselves from spikes in energy costs.
ISO-New England has requested permission to cut Killingly from its plans, elating environmental activists who oppose the power plant.
FEMA’s new flood insurance program kicks in Friday, but how the new system actually works is murky.
Connecticut is not on track to meet its greenhouse gas emission goals — and transportation emissions are the main culprit.
Farmers around the state are coping with extreme weather, multiple outcomes of climate change, and the unpredictability of the future.
Despite some legislative setbacks, more work on environmental issues than initially anticipated got done over Zoom
Climate change is already impacting the state’s trees. Here’s what environmentalists are doing to mitigate the damage.
Legislative leaders declined to expand the special session beyond marijuana legalization and a budget implementation bill.
The legislature’s failure to pass TCI could test the state’s leadership role in battling climate change.
Connecticut is one of 14 jurisdictions signed on to the Transportation and Climate Initiative.
The DEEP commissioner is leading an effort to increase renewable power, lower costs and keep everyone civil. It’s not simple.
Gov. Ned Lamont wants to expand the role of the Connecticut Green Bank to include funding for climate change projects.
Connecticut is on the verge of changing one of the key financial underpinnings for residential solar electric systems.
The governor hinted at slowing permitting and being able to “play some games there.”
Getting food waste out of the trash may provide the key to fixing the dated waste systems in the state.