New research shows that sea-level "lock in" -- the amount of sea-level rise we are making inevitable through carbon emissions -- is growing rapidly. Do we, should we, care about what will happen so far …
In post-industrial Pittsburgh, underserved kids are handed cameras and challenged to explore the natural world right at their feet. Here are some of the things they've spotted.
El Paso's drier than an cow bone baking in the Chihuahuan Desert, and an important source of water for drinking and farming has shrunk into a sandy puddle.
The oil and gas boom in the U.S. has some people arguing that we no longer need to worry about fossil-fuel supplies. Au contraire.
Recent news about the slowing growth of the global coal market is nice and all, but coal still remains a gargantuan beast that is steadily trashing the climate.
GM food is heavily tested for allergens, but we'd all be better served by a more codified and transparent process.
Yes, but not anytime soon.
The group Nerds for Nature is innovating the fight against climate change -- just by getting technologists and environmentalists talking.
Scientists are scared of the link between bigger wildfires and the rapid thawing of northern permafrost.