Beef Eaters Contribute Almost Half of the U.S.'s Diet-Related Greenhouse Gas Emissions
This study is one of the few to break down the environmental impacts of individual self-selected diets.
White House Approves Federal Report That Pins Climate Change on Human Activity
The report outlines the ways in which global warming has already caused harmful extreme weather in the United States.
Tropical Forests Are Not the Carbon Sinks We Thought They Were
A new study shows that tropical forests emit more carbon than they consume, mostly due to human activities.
The Trump Administration Backs Away From Its Plan to Suspend the Transportation Greenhouse Gas Rule
Lawsuits by states and advocacy groups are effectively blocking some of the most egregious attacks on environmental regulations.
Bipartisan Group Wants U.S. to Get Serious About Geoengineering
Efforts at geoengineering to cool a warming planet are picking up steam.
Gas Pipeline From Russia to Germany Comes at a Cost
Doing deals with the Russians to put a pipe under the North Sea gives Germany some flexibility in its post-nuclear future, but at what price?
Transportation Demand Management Working In Australia’s Cities
In car-crazy Australia, soft measures are turning the tide in the hard battle to reduce the number of basically empty cars on the road.
Northwest City Scores with Transportation Demand Management
Although lots of places in the United States sample bits and pieces of transportation management, Bellingham, Wash., shows what can happen by taking on the full program.