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Instead of mourning the loss, some climate experts are simply shrugging it off.
A climate scientist has won the Nobel Prize in Physics for the first time. It’s a reminder that the field, which emerged from the mid-20th century’s biggest questions, hasn’t always been fraught.
And the chances of passing either are getting slimmer.
Governments and companies have built the global energy system around natural gas almost without a second thought. Now it’s costing them.
A new bipartisan bill would treat it that way.
Or maybe the Patagonia
The trade group that represents Apple, Walmart, Nike, and dozens of other companies is trying to kneecap the U.S.’s final chance to meet its 2025 climate goals.
One sign EVs are no longer the auto industry’s neglected stepchild? Norway could sell its last gas-powered car as soon as next year.
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.