A review of what climate change has in store renders the notion of climate "alarmism" rather quaint, even bizarre. There isn't enough alarm in the world for this.
When you boil a complex statistic down to a phrase that connects with people, it finds a home in our minds.
Tool libraries! Coworking spaces! Car sharing! The “collaborative consumption” revolution is upon us. Here’s what you need to know to take part.
Food Tank, a food-focused think tank, has ambitious plans to become a go-to resource for activists, policymakers, and farmers across the world.
High temperatures hamper economic growth in poor countries but not in rich countries. That does not make for a good political dynamic.
To prepare cities for climate change, we’re going to need government spending, government planning, and density. Right-wingers are unlikely to play along.
Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire could head up EPA. L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa could become transportation secretary. Who else? Find out.
A new report finds that of the $450 billion the federal government spends on real estate each year, the lion’s share subsidizes suburban growth -- at the expense of both cities and the planet.
Production is down 9 percent from 2011. And coal folks are not particularly optimistic about next year either.