U.S. pledges $6 billion to protect the ocean
The warming of the planet means more heat entering the ocean. See what the U.S. government is doing to counter the problem.
Partnering to build high-quality infrastructure
The U.S. helps build quality infrastructure around the world. Here is how the U.S. works to ensure projects follow high standards.
Leaders take on North America’s biggest challenges
Learn more about what President Biden and other North American leaders discussed in terms of shared solutions to multiple challenges.
What has the U.S. done since COP26?
Learn more about what the United States has accomplished since the 26th U.N. Climate Change Conference (COP26).
What is the International Atomic Energy Agency?
Learn more about the global agency that promotes safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear technologies around the world.
Climate planning keeps U.S. military mission-ready
From exercises to shoring up infrastructure to be climate resilient, learn how the U.S. military is preparing for climate change.
United States progresses toward climate goals
Both the private and public sectors are ramping up the production of clean energy and electric vehicles to meet climate goals.
What’s in the biggest U.S. climate legislation ever passed?
On August 16, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law, taking giant leaps to combat the climate crisis.
Improving the Philippines’ access to clean energy
A U.S. government grant is supporting offshore wind projects in the Philippines that could bring clean energy to more than 2 million homes.