Climate & Energy

Why the People’s Climate March matters to people of color like me

We don't have to see this moment as a crisis. It's an opportunity to start building a diverse, national movement to defend our environment.

separation anxiety

Watch the ever-growing rift in Antarctica’s fourth biggest ice shelf

The crack now stretches more than 100 miles in length.

solar dreams

A California legislator is pushing the state to get all of its electricity from renewables.

Could California be powered by just sun, water, and wind in 30 years?

The calm before the storm

Scott Pruitt is making nice with EPA employees, but big changes are to come.

The agency will soon be charged with rolling back two major regulations on climate change and water pollution.

reading the signs

On Sunday, hundreds of scientists took a break from doing science to rally in support of it.

Messages on nerdy signs included “Scientists are wicked smaht” and “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the precipitate.”

Cover Story

The future will be battery-powered

Inside the high-stakes race to build a better energy storage device.

Guest post

How a climate-friendly flour company built a flourishing market

Portland-based Shepherd’s Grain sells not only high-quality flour. It also sells the story of no-till farming.

Coders to the rescue for NASA’s Earth science data

They’re archiving data and keeping track of what’s being removed.

Jam the courts, blow the whistles, shut down the kitchen: Here are The Resistance’s latest strategies

People are calling out Trump and his administration in meaningful, productive ways all across the land.