Welcome to this inaugural series from The Climate Desk, a unique journalistic collaboration dedicated to exploring the impacts — human, environmental, economic, and political — of a changing climate. Climate Desk participants include Mother Jones, Slate, Wired, The Atlantic, PBS’s Need to Know, Reuters, Grist, and the Center for Investigative Reporting.
Stories in this series:
A split over climate policy is brewing within the US Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber is already working behind the scenes to discredit the new group
The oil spill bad guys are raking in taxpayer bucks to build a new Carbon Capture and Sequestration power plant in California.
Extreme weather has been grabbing headlines lately. Dr Trenberth explains the dynamics at work and the huge implications of climate change
Global warming is center stage at Britain's National Theater, in the new play Earthquakes in London. PBS speaks with Rupert Goold, the award-winning director
Since its launch in 2000, the magazine Dwell has helped popularize green architecture and design. Alison Stewart of PBS speaks with editor Aaron Britt
If Republicans win back the House, efforts to make lightbulbs less efficient are the least of the Democrats' worries.
Jeanne Park of PBS's Need to Know speaks with Mau about his love of the suburbs, cup holders, and the challenge of rebranding climate change.
Alison Stewart of PBS spoke with the dir. of green business operations for Google about Google's plan to invest $200M in a network for wind energy.
Anna Lapp?, the Farm Sanctuary manager, and others on how our food system effects the climate, and how climate change might impact the food's future.
The Cancun climate conference came to an end with standing ovations for the host country and concurrence among countries to approve an agreement.
There's an emerging environmental movement among faith-based communities in the U.S., but still considerable disagreement about climate change.
In the wake of the Arizona shootings, there has been a lot of talk about the influence of political rhetoric. Here are some climate-oriented examples.