Everyone wants a piece of it. That’s the problem.
Cape Coral is a microcosm of Florida’s worst impulse: selling dream homes in a hurricane-prone flood zone. But people still want them.
An academic discusses the logistics of evacuating 2.5 million Floridians.
The storm, possibly the deadliest ever in Florida, isn’t just powerful; it’s unpredictable.
Hurricane Ian shows some symptoms of global warming. But saying anything beyond that is folly.
A prominent climate thinker says the Inflation Reduction Act has real benefits, but “that doesn’t erase the costs.”
Conserving groundwater could lead to dirtier air in some of the state’s most vulnerable communities.
The electricity industry knew about the dangers of climate change 40 years ago. It denied them anyway.
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In L.A., 90 is the new 80.
Annual wildfires pose an existential threat to a beloved Sonoran plant.
Neither bicycle nor motorbike, the two-wheeler’s future demands an identity of its own.
The Inflation Reduction Act could change the world in at least five ways.
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The new climate bill isn’t quite “all carrots, no sticks.”
It’s not about how much burned—it’s about what burned.
Some scientists are upending the traditional wisdom that no meat is best for the planet.
For America to decarbonize, it must reindustrialize.
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