Among Americans who grew up on MTV and grunge, a campaign of disinformation has created deep apathy about our warming planet.
A look at the personal devastation wrought by the Colorado fires
The Colorado fires feature "a lot of the characteristics we would expect under climate change," according to climate scientists.
The head of the EPA gives her view of how things work -- and don't -- in Washington and across America.
To address climate change we need to improve the US electric grid.
The city may be one of the first, but it certainly won't be the last, to see frequent flooding as a result of climate change.
A look into the dispute over Apple's massive datacenter in North Carolina.
A report confirms that the cost of preventing climate change would be just pennies a day for the average citizen.
You thought that last heat wave was bad? Climatologist Matthew Huber discusses our broiling, miserable, wish-it-were-sci-fi future.
A new provision could forbid the state's doctors from sharing information with patients exposed to toxic—and proprietary—fracking solutions.
We may soon be powering our vehicles with fuel produced from algae.
We asked readers how they talk to their children about man-made global warming. Here's what we heard back.
Michael Mann reveals his account of attacks by entrenched interests seeking to undermine his 'hockey stick' graph.
In a new class, Lidia Bastianich and Bonnie Schneider teach students how to cook using ingredients forced on us by climate change.
James West takes to the streets to find out what Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, and Muslim leaders are preaching about climate change.
X-ray tabs alone result in several pounds of lead waste from Swanson's practice every year, and changing ways can actually make us safer.
After three decades raising sugar maples, Martha Carlson knows that climate change's effects on the trees needs to be taken seriously.
Coming at us just days after a wide-reaching earthquake jolted the East Coast, Hurricane Irene is gathering steam for a possible landfall