Global warming will intensify regional inequality in the United States, according to a revolutionary new economic assessment of the phenomenon.
Scientists have learned how to trace the path of rainstorms from the 1690s.
Researchers had to fly a plane through a smoke plume to realize this.
The behemoth’s acquisition of Whole Foods is making some wonder whether the firm is just too big.
A federal judge rules that the Dakota Access pipeline did not receive an adequate environmental vetting.
No president has shrunk a national monument in half a century.
The company’s “Project Sunroof” now shows you which of your friends have already put solar panels on their roof.
“I just closed my eyes and said: ‘Do it,’” President Trump said of approving the pipeline this week.
There’s a serious policy there—and it points to a longer history of overlap between environmental and anti-immigration groups.
Michael Oppenheimer, a Princeton scientist and longtime observer of UN climate talks, says that the world has lost its last shot at staving off dangerous global warming.
Climate-concerned Americans search for ways to keep the momentum going.
The U.S. is leaving the Paris Agreement. Here’s what happens next.
It’s not nearly as polarized as other climate issues.
Trump could water down the treaty, making it harder for other countries to tackle climate change.
A 765,000-person study argues that unusually warm nights are a public-health hazard.
His proposal would gut federal enforcement and effectively halt many Superfund cleanups.
“Stoomy Brown.” “Burble Simp.” “Stargoon.”
Climate change explains only 20 percent of the movement.
A new study suggests that even slight amounts of global warming will devastate Australia and destroy its famous reef.
A new study explains why the controversial hiatus doesn’t amount to much.