The last 30 years have been full of unusual ice shelf collapses and disintegrations across Antarctica, the Arctic, Greenland, and Canada.
The world's biggest fossil fuel firms are quietly planning 195 projects that each would emit over a billion tons of carbon.
Most U.S. cannabis is grown in greenhouses with sophisticated climate-control systems and high-powered lights that require a lot of energy.
A blip over 1.5°C in a single year does not mean we failed our goals, and year-to-year averages are not necessarily measuring climate change.
Sustainable houses can look quite normal and achieve carbon emission cuts, water conservation, and long-term cost savings.
The draft opinion of SCOTUS to overturn Roe v. Wade's precedent sparks conversations connecting climate change and reproductive health.
The only tropical forest in the U.S. houses endangered species and sources half of the water supply for the San Juan metro area.
When climate change shows water availability in Southern CA is only getting worse, is calling it an “emergency” giving false hope of an end?
About 10 trillion gallons of untreated stormwater runoff, containing sewage, trash, and toxins, enters U.S. waterways from cities every year.
52 years since the first celebration, as climate change becomes more and more serious, has Earth Day lost a bit of its charm?