Introducing Atlantic Planet
The party’s climate measures suddenly face a tough battle in Congress.
And what they have to do with climate change.
This summer’s weather has forced a kind of continuous awareness of climate change.
The Trump-appointed chair of the Federal Reserve has inadvertently become a climate advocate.
Cities simply don’t have enough time to run from a storm like Ida.
Democrats will soon reveal how the Biden administration’s plans could cut U.S. climate pollution in half this decade. Is that goal even possible?
And help the climate, too
The latest UN report is clear: Climate change is here, it’s a crisis, and it’s caused by fossil fuels.
Here are five ways of looking at the Senate’s bipartisan proposal.
The proposal would overhaul America’s approach to tackling outbreaks, allowing scientists to develop vaccines in advance. But for now, Democrats are cutting it down.
If America wants to fight climate change—or enjoy the benefits of a modern economy—it must get much better at building electricity transmission. Yikes.
It reshaped how the world thought about climate change. But its prized trait—bloodless economic efficiency—won it few friends on the right or left.
The idea has reshaped global climate policy, but is far less concrete than its supporters have been led to believe.
Oil-producing countries are starting to prepare for a peak in oil demand. That isn’t necessarily good news for the planet.
The Pacific Northwest is melting now, but all across America the infrastructure we have was built for the wrong century.
The hedge fund that staged a revolt at Exxon last month is now recruiting an army of mom-and-pop investors for future battles.
A “green vortex” is saving America’s climate future.
America invented silicon solar cells in the 1950s. It spent more on solar R&D than any other country in the 1980s. It lost its technological advantage anyway.
Why a hedge fund’s successful assault on ExxonMobil matters
Here are seven ways Ford’s first electric pickup truck signals that decarbonization has entered a new era.