An effective global climate stabilization project will serve as a powerful tool for combatting global poverty and unrest.
After the deadly terrorist attacks, climate activists are still planning to go ahead with protests and civil disobedience.
The Permian Basin shale field in Texas looks like looks like tiramisu, tastes like money.
Local youth and activists sue Los Angeles, saying the city protects white areas from oil well sites but piles them on in neighborhoods of color.
Small-scale hydro projects along rivers in the Northeast provide low-impact electricity and help revitalize communities.
Another nasty pipeline bites the dust.
After Friday's terrorist attacks, activists and organizers are deciding whether to scale back or cancel some planned events.
"Climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism," Sanders said at the Democratic debate on Saturday, citing CIA intelligence.
That means we're already halfway to the "safe" benchmark of 2 degree C.