After Hurricane Maria, many Puerto Ricans fled to Florida. Then Ian happened.
The state's affordable housing crisis has made it almost impossible for storm victims to get back on their feet.
New data show Houston-area communities are being flooded with chemicals
"The people there are tired of being studied. We need to take action.”
The time is right to ban uranium mining in the Grand Canyon. But the Senate needs to hurry.
To get it done this year, senators need to vote by January 3.
Congressional Democrats have a new plan to combat plastic pollution
Proposed legislation would limit plastic production and restrict new petrochemical facilities.
How people with disabilities fought for formal recognition at COP27
Disabled people are pushing for the U.N. to acknowledge their unique vulnerabilities to climate change.
Draft COP27 agreement fails to call for ‘phase-down’ of all fossil fuels
The document will provide basis for negotiations over coming days and is likely to be significantly reworked.
9 in 10 US counties have experienced a climate disaster in the last decade, report finds
Climate change is here and “all taxpayers are paying for it.”
Facing a call for climate reparations, wealthy nations propose an insurance scheme
A group of countries led by Germany announced a climate insurance scheme called the Global Shield at COP27 on Monday.
Study: Extreme heat responsible for hundreds of deaths in Texas prisons
Texas officials claimed that no prisoners have been killed by heat. A new report shows they're wrong.
It’s official: Climate reparations are on the agenda at this year’s UN climate conference
After dodging the issue for more than 30 years, wealthy nations face calls to address the “loss and damage” created by climate change at COP27.