Here’s a number – 2,000. That’s how many donors we need this fall to stay on track. Can we count on you?
IEA advises investing in facilities to reduce the potent greenhouse gas. The U.S. government is already funding such programs.
Two recent studies show the biggest banks are still not doing enough to meet the goals of the Paris Climate agreement.
Well-known author Rebecca Solnit co-edited “Not Too Late,” which argues we shouldn't view climate change as a battle we've already lost.
Officials are searching for a way to increase the flow of water without disrupting the environment and Panamanian society.
Fires are unpredictable. They can spark anywhere, grow to any size and move in any direction, says Caroline Mimbs Nyce of The Atlantic.
Thousands of schools are located in areas subject to flooding, a Pew study says. Rebuilding puts schools in competition for safer land.
Pound for pound, it's 28 times better at trapping atmospheric heat than CO2.
Air conditioning makes individuals cooler, but the planet hotter. Writer Eric Dean Wilson explores that paradox in his new book.
The new baseline temperatures are a reflection of climate change.
Whenever a polluting product gets phased out, a cleaner one has to be sold by somebody.