If journalists don't want a stupid answer about climate change, they should ask a better question.
French author Philippe Squarzoni takes you on his quest to understand global warming.
California's drought is not expected to improve over the winter, according to new data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Report after report claims to tell us how much climate action will cost this century. But no matter how much faux specificity our climate economic models produce, the fact is that we cannot know.
The earth-loving rock legend performs his single about saving the environment with Stephen Colbert, who adds a few new lyrics.
The president's chief climate negotiator has outlined the kind of agreement he might press for at the big U.N. climate summit in Paris next year.
But will it ever get built?
She takes the concerns of African-American communities straight to the White House -- and she's taking her talking points on solar net-metering straight from the utility companies.
Even if we solve the methane problem, shale gas alone won't save us.
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