Going to China as a second-generation Chinese American is a deeply personal and overwhelming experience—and this movie evokes it beautifully.
Yang, the long-shot Democratic 2020 candidate, is playing up his credentials as a pragmatist. But there's nothing pragmatic about letting climate change proceed unchecked.
The Oregon GOP standoff was merely the most recent escalation of a far-right strategy that has been with us for a long time.
Of course addressing the climate crisis will cost money. The important question is how we can save and improve lives by spending it.
A report from the Union of Concerned Scientists finds that, across 12 states, non-white residents bear disproportionate pollution from cars and trucks.
The Trump administration is trying to make climate denial more mainstream. In response, Democrats should center climate science and policy in their upcoming primary debates.
Republicans in Congress are focusing climate legislation on innovation and carbon capture—two procrastination methods also favored by the fossil fuel industry.
The young people suing the government over climate change are hoping that Tuesday’s hearing has convinced the Ninth Circuit to allow their case to proceed.
Inslee hasn't been perfect on climate. It also seems he's now learning from his old mistakes.
Without federal policy supporting nuclear energy, we'll run out of time to decarbonize.
A chat with one of the authors of a recent study reporting that global warming has slowed the progress of warm countries.
Making changes to our diet today can help prepare us for a carbon-neutral future—while pushing our peers to be greener in their own lives.
A new study finds that air pollution caused by fossil fuel emissions is killing millions and disrupting the water cycle.
Advocates in Miami are working to ensure that minority and low-income communities have a say in how to spend a $400 million bond that's poised to make the city more resilient to climate change.
Last September, Carlock wrote a draft of a Green New Deal—long before most people had even heard of the idea.
Cries of sexism around criticisms of Senator Amy Klobuchar's abusive management style are tired and misguided. We need to talk about this in a smarter way.
In his new book, David Wallace-Wells lays out the grim scenarios that await humans under climate change—but also his reasons for hope.
Green New Deal detractors argue that the economic policies in the plan are extraneous. They're wrong.
The Trump administration is undermining scientists by disparaging the scientific process.
Unless we change the way we hold corporations liable for their emissions, the costs of climate change will continue to burden the public.
The goal of the National Environmental Policy Act is to make every infrastructure project in the country a little greener.
Putting climate at the center of the Democratic platform isn't divisive—quite the opposite. It's a uniting, winning strategy.