51% of social media users said they felt anxious about the future after viewing climate content, and the number is higher for younger people.
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.
When climate change shows water availability in Southern CA is only getting worse, is calling it an “emergency” giving false hope of an end?
Scientists and activists seem to be living out the movie "Don't Look Up." Yet there is reason for optimism.
No one solution is going to “fix” climate change. Resetting our expectations could make climate action a lot less overwhelming.
In 1991, 78% of Americans identified as environmentalists. By 2021, it had dropped to 41%. How does environmentalism reverse the trend?
The internet is flooded with alarmist headlines. But within the articles themselves lies the real story — often told in more rational terms.
It's not about "fixing" climate change. It's about getting climate change under control and creating a good future given the circumstances.