A vibrant movement has grown out of organizing efforts for the People’s Climate March, and they’re making New York even more of a climate leader.
Forget what the calendar says: Scientists are using local weather data to predict when spring will actually arrive.
California is headed for a fourth year of drought, and the state climatologist says the situation is "pretty grim." Thanks, climate change.
He hasn’t publicly expressed any interest in another campaign, but there’s lots of media chatter about the theoretical possibility.
Groundwater depletion in the U.S. contributed about an eighth of an inch to global sea-level rise.
Electric utilities are facing increased competition at both the wholesale and retail levels, so they're turning to Big Government for help.
Remember last year's disturbing news about the West Antarctic ice sheet collapsing? Wait until you hear what's happening to a huge Antarctic glacier.
Big solar projects don't have to be built in undeveloped areas, new research finds. We could fit them right into developed urban areas.
Studying geoengineering can help scientists understand climate change better, and discussing it can make skeptics less skeptical.
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