But there are lots of things the city can do to prepare.
Once-mighty old industrial cities could sustain much larger populations, and that would be good for the environment. But is it realistic?
O’Malley, former governor of Maryland, is running for president. Will he make a push to be the biggest climate hawk in the Democratic field?
An environmentalist calling for the climate movement to incorporate conservatives is like a fundamentalist pastor calling for the anti–gay marriage movement to incorporate liberals.
A recent N.Y. Times article paints Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D) as a pragmatist fighting off a challenge from his left, but it misses the mark by ignoring his progressive leadership on climate change.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and other liberal Democrats have unveiled a new progressive agenda. Here’s how to make it even stronger and greener.
Oregon will soon test a vehicle-miles-traveled (VMT) tax as a possible replacement for a gas tax. If you care about climate change, it’s the wrong way to go.
It’s not enough to set a goal of using 100 percent clean power. Big tech companies need to flex their lobbying muscle, especially at the state level.
Some environmentalists are pushing her to run for president, but does her record warrant enthusiastic green support?