Articles by John Upton
John Upton is a reporter at Climate Central.
On Tuesday, San Francisco passed game-changing legislation that should cement the city’s role as a national leader in urban food production.
Members of Generation X are responding to climate change with a big, collective shrug of indifference, according to a new survey.
The "most productive corn crop in years" is drying up and shrinking fast. Is our dependence on monocrops heightening the impact of this year's drought?
The honeybee calamity has overshadowed the distressing fate of their native cousins, whose disappearance threatens the future of nearly every blooming wild plant.