BP says the coast is clear. Here are the numbers. You be the judge.
Rather than foisting the effects of climate change on imaginary grandkids, let’s acknowledge how it's already harming people.
The trendsetters at the New York Times tell us that millennials are flocking to urban centers. That’s partly true, but not just for the reasons the Times mentions.
The U.S. military is preparing for conflict, retired Navy Rear Adm. David Titley says in an interview.
A Minnesota law aims to reduce fossil fuel use. Coal plants in North Dakota said no fair, and a federal court agreed, striking down part of the law.
Right now the embattled nation gets just 2 percent of its energy from clean sources. It's seeking U.S. investment in wind, solar, and biomass to help raise that number.
Watch three guys collect beach litter and reconstitute it into a pair of brightly marbled sneakers.
A reader's burg is infested with litterbugs. Umbra says that with a little help, you can squash a problem like that.
Hopelessness peddler Paul Kingsnorth keeps winning attention for his Dark Mountain project, but his climate fatalism looks more like midlife-crisis posturing than insight.