Democrats have figured out how to talk about climate change with urgency and air real differences among the candidates’ ideas for dealing with it.
Fleeing to “higher ground” isn’t an adaptation policy.
Steve Bullock just wasn’t right.
While parts of the world have warmed or cooled in the past, modern climate change is happening just about everywhere at the same time.
It’s not just this heat wave. July 2019 is likely to be the hottest month ever measured.
Thanks to Ford
“Each degree of warming causes way more fire than the previous degree of warming did. And that’s a really big deal.”
Democrats are trying to do their prep work now so they can hit the ground running if they win a majority in 2021.
Pollution is up nearly 14 percent under the Trump administration.
Kamala Harris is the first candidate to endorse the big idea that’s reanimated climate policy.
They did try, though.
The Green New Deal is surprisingly popular.
Of course Democratic candidates should square off on the issue. Here’s what a moderator should ask.
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.