New Consensus, the group charged with fleshing out the plan, doesn’t aim to publish policy specifics until early next year.
The far-left policy has shifted the climate debate—and what now counts as “moderate” is surprisingly muscular.
While radar detects the formation of a tornado, a network of in-person tornado spotters also confirms its existence.
They might even be greener than electric ones.
The State Department will soon have a permanent presence in Greenland for the first time since the 1950s.
NPR changed its flagship news show’s music last week, and gave away something indelible.
A new report says that the world subsidized fossil fuels by $5.2 trillion in just one year. But that calculation is less tidy than it seems.
The U.S. actually has a very popular climate policy—it’s on the books in 29 states. But what does it cost?
The Washington governor wants to transform the electricity grid and new-car market before it’s too late.
Previously light on policy, his campaign has—for the moment—the most detailed plan on climate change in the Democratic primary.
Since 1972, the giant island’s ice sheet has lost 11 quadrillion pounds of water.
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.