Thanks to climate change, dams are a less reliable source of electricity, but a lot more of them are getting built anyway.
Despite the drought’s epicenter in California, it’s Arizona that will bear the brunt of the West’s epic dry spell.
If it has, there will be widespread implications, including a significant re-shifting of California agriculture outside the state.
Alaska is the canary in the climate coal mine, and that bird is in trouble.
Sucking excess CO2 from the air could likely be our best hope for returning concentrations to pre-industrial levels. If it works.
When it comes to drought in the West, we ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
Two of the leading architects of a major U.N. agreement on climate are trying to soften expectations.
Obama’s new methane regulations don’t pass the smell test.
Gravity — yes, gravity — is the latest victim of climate change in Antarctica.