The First Native American Cabinet Secretary Visits the Land of Her Ancestors and Sees Firsthand the Obstacles to Compromise
With her visit to Bears Ears, Deb Haaland is looking at restoring the original boundaries of the National Monument and inspiring environmental justice communities across the country.
By Judy Fahys
Warming Trends: Mercury in Narwhal Tusks, Major League Baseball Heats Up and Earth Day Goes Online: Avatars Welcome
A column highlighting climate-related studies, innovations, books, cultural events and other developments from the global warming frontier.
By Katelyn Weisbrod
In the West, Signs in the Snow Warn That a 20-Year Drought Will Persist and Intensify
Critical April 1 snowpack readings once again spell trouble, and new studies show the warming climate is lengthening dry spells and shrinking the snowpack, even in winter.
By Bob Berwyn, Judy Fahys
Inside Clean Energy: The Coast-to-Coast Battle Over Rooftop Solar
By Dan Gearino
Ecocide: Should Destruction of the Planet Be a Crime?
By David Sassoon
As the Climate Crisis Grows, a Movement Gathers to Make ‘Ecocide’ an International Crime Against the Environment
By Nicholas Kusnetz, Katie Surma and Yuliya Talmazan
Want to Buy a Climate-Friendly Refrigerator? Leading Manufacturers Are Finally Providing the Information You Need
By Phil McKenna
Power Switch: Lessons From Germany’s Energy Revolution
Hot Molecules: Low Hanging Super Greenhouse Gases
Superfund Super Threats: Toxic Sites at Climate Risk Near You
Anti-Scientists: A Contrarian Minority’s Suspect Work
American Climate: The Future is Already Here
Fumes in South Portland: The oil storage tanks next door
Dangers Without Borders: Is the Military Ready for Warming?
Harvesting Peril: Extreme Weather on the American Farm
Finding Middle Ground: Climate Conversations Across America
Choke Hold: How the Fossil Fuel Industry Guards Its Interests
Exxon: The Road Not Taken (aka #ExxonKnew)
Meltdown: Terror at the Top of the World
Big Oil, Bad Air: Fracking the Texas Prairie
Clean Break: Germany’s Energy Transformation
Dilbit Disaster: The Biggest Oil Spill You’ve Never Heard Of
Projected Surge of Lightning Spells More Wildfire Trouble for the Arctic
A major climate shift in the High North is sparking fires that can release huge amounts of greenhouse gases from tundra ecosystems, where fires have been rare until recently.
Louisville’s Super-Polluting Chemical Plant Emits Not One, But Two Potent Greenhouse Gases
The EPA’s uncoordinated greenhouse gas disclosures make it hard to determine the plant’s carbon footprint, and even confused the city’s technical consultants.
After Hurricane Harvey, a Heated Debate Over Flood Control Funds in Texas’ Harris County
The newly elected Democratic county commissioners mandated equity in allocating the money. Last month, the flood control district reported back—and the fireworks started.
Fossil Fuel Companies Took Billions in U.S. Coronavirus Relief Funds but Still Cut Nearly 60,000 Jobs
A new analysis shows how oil and mining businesses used tax changes in the CARES Act to improve cash flow and reward shareholders rather than maintain employment.
Inside Clean Energy: What Happens When Solar Power Gets Much, Much Cheaper?
The Department of Energy is aiming to cut the price of utility-scale solar by more than half by 2030.