Suzanne Goldenberg

Suzanne Goldenberg is the U.S. environment correspondent of the Guardian.

Drought-afflicted cornfield

Climate change threatens America’s ‘king corn’

Heat waves and water shortages could devastate U.S. farmlands devoted to corn crop, a new report warns.

At-risk cities hold solutions to climate change

Smart choices by cities such as Miami in planning and investment could hold the key to cutting emissions, according to the latest IPCC draft.

Can this coal plant save the climate?

Step inside the project that could be the key to Obama’s climate legacy … or a multibillion-dollar boondoggle.

Anti-fracking activist barred from 312.5 square miles of Pennsylvania

The court injunction brought in by an oil and gas company makes even supermarkets off-limits for Vera Scroggins

solar panels on roof

ALEC calls for penalties on “free rider” solar-panel owners

The conservative group's anti-green agenda includes efforts to penalize people who install their own solar panels.

Scaring polar bears in order to save them

A small town in Canada gets a lot of traffic from hungry polar bears -- which is bad news for humans and bears alike. To keep them away, bears need to learn to fear humans.

Just 90 companies are responsible for two-thirds of greenhouse gas emissions

Chevron, Exxon, and BP are among companies most responsible for climate change since dawn of industrial age.

Canada bans researchers from discussing snowflakes, findings. Scientists protest

Rules bar government scientists from talking about their own work with journalists and even fellow researchers.

Climate change exacerbated half of recent extreme weather events, study says

A new study links 2012's extreme heatwaves, Hurricane Sandy, and ice melt to climate change.