by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 30, 2016
Droughts were once considered rare events in the Amazon, but they are increasing.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 30, 2016
Factory farms create hundreds of millions of tons of manure each year, and that is threatening some of America's most vulnerable bodies of water.
by Joe Romm Jun 30, 2016
America's top scientific organizations have a message for Congress: Human-caused climate change is a devastating, but curable illness -- so stop denying it and start treating it before it's too late.
by Ryan Koronowski Jun 29, 2016
People experiencing homelessness could see "greater rates of illness and death due to increases in heat waves, air pollution, storms and floods, and vector-borne diseases resulting from climate change."
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 29, 2016
About 30 percent of current Adelie colonies may be in decline by 2060, and approximately 60 percent may be in decline by 2099.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 29, 2016
A new report from Oxfam America stresses that food producers must be a more vocal part of the climate solution.
by Samantha Page Jun 28, 2016
A third of California's deep groundwater aquifers have oil and gas activities in them.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Jun 28, 2016
Clean energy and energy storage go together like peanut butter and jelly. But the falling cost of renewable energy threatens to break up this indispensable pair.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 28, 2016
Around eight million metric tons of plastic waste enter the oceans from land each year. Boyan Slat wants to clean it up.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 27, 2016
Air pollution kills millions -- but relatively small investments in energy efficiency could change that.