In an ever-changing job market, sometimes your career takes an unexpected turn. Data scientist Grace Kim says her career has been a “winding road with ups and downs.”
Thousands of Black families have left industrial cities like Detroit and Chicago due to environmental conditions. Many head to the South.
"Even though our business is good, we're not seeing any growth," said Austin Golding, CEO of Golding Barge Lines in Mississippi.
Extreme heat affects our health, our morale and our productivity. Employers will need to adapt.
Tens of thousands of people remain without power as flooding and midslides prompt evacuations
Journalist Amanda Schupak explains how companies like PepsiCo are trying to put more water into the environment than they take out.
Pound for pound, it's 28 times better at trapping atmospheric heat than CO2.
Developed countries pledged $100 billion a year by 2020 to help poorer nations mitigate and adapt to climate change.
The facility would have ancillary benefits for loggers and truckers, and its building materials would keep carbon locked up, expert says.
Two of the largest coal-producing mines in the United States were closed down without warning.