U.S. carbon pollution hasn’t been this low in decades—that’s the bad news.
How I became a cook at fire camp
Joe Biden’s victory isn’t on the list.
United Airlines is betting on carbon removal as the key to climate-friendly air travel.
You can’t understand the history of American energy use without them. A new visual history puts them in context.
These are the most effective carbon offsets and climate-advocacy groups, according to a new evidence-based group.
Smoggy-looking daguerreotypes in 19th-century London foreshadowed today’s muted smartphone photos of California fires.
An online-payments company may fund more carbon removal than anyone else.
Tesla, Uber, and utilities are consolidating their power in Washington.
He could have the best chance to fight carbon pollution of any American leader in a decade.
These nine environmental groups are some of his first grantees.
Prescribed burns, which create buffers against larger fires, can do only so much.
Coal and fracking don’t work like other declining industries, and that matters for Democrats.
It’s not “Will Donald Trump win?”
Introducing Atlantic Planet
The world is getting hotter, and the divide between rich and poor is getting bigger.
It’s bad for you, and the environment. If you can afford to avoid it, you probably should.
Beyond climate denial and despair
The fires, smoke, and heat are no longer a fluke, but our future. The time has come for us to flee.
Hurricanes in the Gulf, fires in the West, the coronavirus everywhere—the country is a mess.
With fires raging up and down the West Coast, and the pandemic restricting travel, the instinct to bolt has nowhere to go.
Don’t depersonalize climate change.
Each fire season can compound the trauma of the one before it.
The Trump administration’s attempt to kill one of America’s strongest climate policies has been a complete debacle.
I’ve never thought we should stop having children. But I will have to teach our son to wonder at the world before he learns to fear for it.
For nearly 30 years, America’s four biggest rail companies—which move the majority of the country’s coal—have spent millions to deny climate science and block climate policy.