Jack Shapiro speaks in front of the Democratic National Committee headquarters during a Greenpeace rally to call for a presidential campaign climate debate on June 12th, 2019, in Washington, D.C.
As climate change continues to warm the oceans, researchers have turned to microscopic sediments to observe trends.
Creating the cryptocurrency requires an enormous amount of energy.
Republicans in Congress are focusing climate legislation on innovation and carbon capture—two procrastination methods also favored by the fossil fuel industry.
Those rugged looks may be attractive, but a new study links them to anti-environmental attitudes.
The Cerrado, a tropical savanna in Brazil that covers an area larger than Mexico, has already lost half of its native vegetation.
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.
Both plans draw on the progressive Green New Deal, prioritize environmental justice, and would be paid for by closing corporate tax loopholes.
New research suggests that environmental groups can persuade more people by focusing on a positive attitude toward climate action.
Many Scandinavians are hoping that disappearing Arctic ice will lead to an economic boom—but the Sámi people are worried that multinational infrastructure projects will eliminate their livelihood.
When it comes to changing people's perceptions, a study suggests that the climate movement may be different from other causes.
The information gathered in long-term studies helps scientists see how climate change is affecting our planet, yet money often goes to shorter-term projects.
Inslee hasn't been perfect on climate. It also seems he's now learning from his old mistakes.
Countries riven by inequality and xenophobia won't be resilient to climate change—which means that the fight against nationalism and the fight against global warming are actually one and the same.
According to California's Fourth Climate Change Assessment, average daily highs in the state's inland deserts could increase as much as 14 degrees this century if greenhouse gas emissions keep rising.
Over the past week, Republicans have blocked the passage of the $19.1 billion disaster relief bill on three separate occasions.
The president wants to limit the scope of federal climate assessments, which will leave policymakers and the public unprepared to deal with the consequences of climate change.
Without federal policy supporting nuclear energy, we'll run out of time to decarbonize.
The fossil fuel industry is pushing lawmakers to implement a tax on carbon emissions, but environmentalists are skeptical of its newfound support for climate action.
A research scientist explains where to draw the line between normal variability and climate change.
California says it's owed $9.3 million for fighting fires on federal lands. The Forest Service says the state is overbilling.