The Democratic Party refused to host a single issue climate debate, but as 20 presidential candidates square off in Miami this week, the topic is expected to be discussed.
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.
The Three Mile Island partial meltdown led the U.S. away from nuclear. Global warming might bring it back.
American climate action might be stymied at the federal level, but there's one place you can still make a major difference: on your plate.
The latest report from the IPCC finds that climate action is both urgent and possible. Political will might be in shorter supply.
Even as some observers were struck by the dire forecast, many others say that this is nothing new—and that national leaders will ignore it anyway.
To solve the crisis, we'd have to slow growth. And no one wants to admit that.
The United Nations' highly anticipated climate science report is due out Monday, and it's unlikely to bring good news.
A sexist remark at a recent meeting prompted some soul-searching among the world's top climate scientists. How can they prevent women's expertise from being excluded?
Better science coordination will help mountain communities prepare for global warming.
At COP21, the UNFCCC will take the findings of the IPCC, assess the INDCs of 195 signatory countries, and help LDCs limit their GHGs. Here is what all of that means.
An IPCC author assails the current two-degree target as scientifically bankrupt and geographically biased.
Scientists review news coverage of three IPCC reports, revealing common media narratives—and an unfocused media strategy on the part of the IPCC.
We should continue to fight for new building codes and oppose the construction of new oil pipelines—and more ambitious projects still—but only because they offer hope and aspiration in the midst of despair, not because they will actually help at this point.
Robert Socolow, the co-author of an influential plan to reduce carbon emissions, revisits his work seven years later to understand why it failed.
Despite the weight of scientific evidence, many TV meteorologists are global warming skeptics, survey shows