How do you decide that change is worth risking arrest? Three student activists talk about their public motivations and private fears.
The New York Times kills its environment blog and the Washington Post reassigns its crack climate reporter to cover politics. Apparently there’s just not much news on the environment front these days.
NASA's top climate scientist weathers a public slam from the NYT's Joe Nocera, and the Maldives' Mohamed Nasheed gets arrested on trumped-up charges.
Meet the scientists who have been charged with deciding whether humans have been so harmful to the Earth that we've kicked off a new geologic age.
Ever find yourself around the dinner table at a loss for good climate arguments? Follow this flowchart!
Over her two-decade career, Gina McCarthy has drawn unusual praise from Republican and energy-industry admirers.
Bun Lai transforms pests like lionfish, jellyfish, and invasive crabs into tasty table fare while nudging sushi back to its freshwater origins.
A father is steamed about a teacher’s comment that Rachel Carson was “a crazy lady.” Umbra encourages dad not to lose his head.
Scientists with the Megacities Carbon Project hope to pin down a slippery piece of climate science: measuring a city's carbon footprint.