In an unanimous vote, the city will block new fossil fuel infrastructure that would turn it into a major export hub for tar sands oil, coal and fracked gas.
Every major oil and gas company filed to oppose a teenagers' lawsuit against the US federal government on climate change.
In a joyous surprise for the environmental community, NY's Governor Cuomo gave us two more wins today.
This is the first time EVER that a president has rejected a major fossil fuel project because of its climate impacts - and just in time for Paris.
Perhaps the most intriguing idea passed in Seattle, where voters approved the use of Democracy Vouchers.
Rarely do we see this level of presidential action on conservation.
The county wants to move ahead on efficiency and renewables, regardless of the state's freeze on these policies.
Imagine if the final ozone rule went as far as the American Lung Association, American Medical Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Thoracic Society, American Heart Association and others wanted!
Even the most flexible, innovative power plant regulations won't prevent a long drawn out battle.
For the first time, voters could decide on state programs to address climate change and renewable energy.