If so, that may not be a good thing — because unlike gay rights or other issues of basic human justice, climate change comes with a time limit.
NASA’s top climate scientist weathers a public slam from the NYT’s Joe Nocera, and the Maldives’ Mohamed Nasheed gets arrested on trumped-up charges.
It’s good to know what went wrong in Washington. But the real problem we face isn’t getting a bill through Congress — it’s global warming.
The “Kickstarter of solar” just started accepting investments. Here’s why you should be excited.
Climate change is not a fight, like abortion or gay marriage, between conflicting groups with conflicting opinions. It’s a fight between human beings and physics.
What if grassroots activists joined with green D.C. insiders, got the president to kill the Keystone pipeline, and put a price on carbon? Bill McKibben explains why the election should make us all optimists.
Eight activists, four wifi hotspots, one bus: Trying to jump-start a grassroots fossil-fuel divestiture movement, and seeing some sparks.
As TransCanada prepares to begin construction on the southern portion of the Keystone XL pipeline, a brave crew of Lone Star State residents gears up to block it.
The listless conference in Rio came spontaneously alive for a few hours Thursday, when a youth-led demonstration turned into a mass walkout.