A new study finds the climate “twin city” for hundreds of places across the United States.
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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.
A key activist group has quietly dropped its support for carbon-capture technology, which scientists say will be crucial to fighting global warming.
“We’re a lot closer than we should be,” one Stanford scientist warned.
In withdrawing the United States from the historic Paris Agreement, Donald Trump rewrote the future of the Earth’s climate.
Amid a political dispute with California politicians, the president threatened to cut off emergency relief to the state.
It’s an ominous sign for America’s ability to meet its goals under the Paris Agreement on climate change.
But experts warn that our overall picture of sea-level rise looks far scarier today than it did even five years ago.
But it will likely lack the broad powers favored by supporters of a Green New Deal.
Global warming may have turned an already historic dry spell into the third-worst drought of the past 1,000 years.
The interior secretary’s departure shows the extent of the new Democratic power—and also its limits.
Two new reports find that the North and South Poles face an “unprecedented” climate future.
Just because they oppose Emmanuel Macron’s proposed fuel-tax hike does not mean that the French activists will oppose any policy designed to fight climate change.
After years of infighting, the Democrats may finally have found an environmental consensus in the Green New Deal.