Scientific research increasingly affirms that the two issues are linked -- and in ways you might not expect.
The largest demonstration in U.S. history was a nuclear disarmament rally in New York in 1982. Today's climate activists are following that lead.
This summer brought a number of new heat records -- most worryingly, the hottest oceans on record.
There's nothing quite like the conversations you have on a long railroad trip. But sooner or later, even the wildest digressions have to end.
Climate communicators badly want to believe that it's possible to reach the Tea Party. Recent episodes from far-right conservatism cast doubt on that proposition.
How would an independent Scotland pay for its clean energy future?
How Farmer's Daughter is building a better food system in the North Carolina Piedmont.
A reader wants to drink alcohol without hurting the environment. Umbra bears with him.
Activists around the country are shaping public decisions -- and reshaping their communities for the better.
Something there is that doesn't like a big, beautiful, high-ceilinged train lobby -- because we keep shuttering them. Occasionally, a city will push back.