Regardless of What Mr. Bean Says, EVs Are Much Better for the Environment than Gasoline Vehicles
An opinion piece actor Rowan Atkinson wrote for The Guardian contains some familiar and misleading criticisms of electric vehicles.
By Dan Gearino
This Texas Community Has Waited Decades for Running Water. Could Hydro-Panels Help?
Thousands of low-income, Latino residents in Texas still do not have safe drinking water. In one El Paso colonia, residents see the benefits of solar distillation.
By Martha Pskowski
Log and Burn, or Leave Alone? Indiana Residents Fight US Forest Service Over the Future of Hoosier National Forest
The mighty, valuable oak is at the center of conflict between federal officials and logging opponents over how to manage mature forests in an era of climate change.
By Marianne Lavelle
EPA Spurns Trump-Era Effort to Drop Clean-Air Protections For Plastic Waste Recycling
By James Bruggers
Cleveland’s Tree Canopy Is in Trouble
By Kathiann M. Kowalski
Disruptive Climate Protests Spur Police Raids in Germany and the US
By Kristoffer Tigue
Federal Hydrogen Program Is Cutting Out Local Groups, Threatening Climate Goals, Advocates Say
By Nicholas Kusnetz
Arizona Announces Phoenix Area Can’t Grow Further on Groundwater
By Wyatt Myskow
Cities Stand to Win Big With the Inflation Reduction Act. How Do They Turn This Opportunity Into Results?
By Dan Gearino
A New Hurricane Season Begins With Forecasts For Less Activity but More Uncertainty
By Amy Green
New Research Shows Global Climate Benefits Of Protecting Nature, but It’s Not a Silver Bullet
By Bob Berwyn
The Immortals: Greenhouse Gases That Live Forever
Something in the Water: Regulators Say Growing Crops With Oil Wastewater Is Safe, But Evidence Is Scant
Pipe Dreams: Is Carbon Capture a Climate Solution or a Dangerous Distraction?
Food Shocks: Climate Change and the Coming Famines
Solar Opposites: A Standoff Over Renewable Energy in Rural America
The Superfund Next Door: Toxins & Mistrust in Atlanta
Bag It: The Plastics Crisis
The Fifth Crime: The Campaign to Make “Ecocide” an International Crime
Gaslit: The Costs of Flaring and Venting Natural Gas by Fossil Fuel Companies
Noxious Neighbors: The Hidden Dangers of Heated Tanks Storing Asphalt and Other Heavy Fuels
Sowing Risk: How Big Banks’ Investment in Agriculture Fuels the Climate Crisis.
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
As Water Levels Drop, the Risk of Arsenic Rises
In Colorado’s famed San Luis Valley, residents who rely on well water are grappling not only with a shortage amid drought, but questionable quality of the water coming out of the ground.
Not Winging It: Birders Hope Hard Data Will Help Save the Species They Love—and the Ecosystems Birds Depend On
Politics & Policy
Students and Faculty at Ohio State Respond to a Bill That Would Restrict College Discussions of Climate Policies
“You can say gravity isn’t true, but if you step off the cliff, you’re going down,” says climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe about restrictions on teaching.
Global Warming Fueled Both the Ongoing Floods and the Drought That Preceded Them in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna Region
In a part of the country famous for its agriculture and cultural identity, climate-driven swings between extreme precipitation and deep drought threaten historic architecture, ancient art and beloved foods.
Environmentalists in Virginia and West Virginia Regroup to Stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline, Eyeing a White House Protest
The U.S. Forest Service’s recent pipeline approval, coupled with Sen. Joe Manchin’s unflagging support, help define the stakes in a long-running battle. One activist called the pipeline “a climate disaster.”
Hobbled by Bureaucracy, a German R&D Program Falls Short of Climate-Friendly Goals
The $440 million Kopernikus effort aimed to develop innovative energy systems. But the initial results have tamped down hopes of a payback.