Even the Democratic Senate candidates who support the coal and oil industries are way better than their Republican opponents.
The governor of New York lost more votes than expected to a progressive primary challenger who tapped into the energy of the anti-fracking movement.
Dropping shares in fossil fuel companies might not make a huge difference on its own, but it can help lay the groundwork for other types of climate progress.
And you were worried he wasn't taking the crisis seriously enough.
A newly proposed "pied-à-terre tax" in New York City would apply to luxury homes owned by people who don’t actually live in the city.
Mayors and municipal governments are doing a lot, and can do a lot more, even while national governments are pathetic laggards.
The president can't commit to the U.N. Green Climate Fund because Congress won't go along, but he's going to factor climate resilience into international development plans. Hey, it's something.
At the U.N. Climate Summit, Obama said the U.S. and China will take the lead on fighting climate change. "It’s what big nations have to do,” he said. OK, we're waiting ...
Organizers estimate that 310,000 people joined the New York climate march, and each one had a point to hammer home.
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