Why don’t the two holidays always coincide? It is, to some degree, the moon’s fault.
Sixty-nine years ago, a new geological era may have begun on Earth.
The space agency is exploring what three Earth-observation start-ups can teach it about the planet.
Starting with a new bill that would keep the U.S. in the Paris Agreement
They contributed to its decisive defeat in the Senate on Tuesday, 57–0.
For the first time in years, a broad spectrum of climate advocates is playing offense.
Geo-engineering won’t hurt a bit, at least compared with climate change—and it deserves serious investigation, according to the authors of a recent study.
The science is clear: Indoor vegetation doesn’t significantly remove pollutants from the air.
Nuclear power might be part of a Green New Deal, but it can’t meet all U.S. energy needs.
A person fretting about a “scorching” day might find the same temperature unremarkable within five years, a new study finds.
David Wallace-Wells, author of the new book The Uninhabitable Earth, describes why climate change might alter our sense of time.
The Green New Deal’s mastermind is a precocious New Yorker with big ambitions. Sound familiar?
A new study finds the climate “twin city” for hundreds of places across the United States.
He blogs now.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez outlines the fuzzy edges of a new “green dream.”
The polar vortex is just the latest example of how reliable five-day forecasts have become.
The task is enormous, and the path is narrow.
NASA and NOAA are both shut down, so outside scientists affirmed the milestone this week.
More Americans than ever are worried about climate change, but they’re not willing to pay much to stop it.
Alas, a brief cold spell does not undo decades of scientific fact.