by Emily Atkin Posted on July 21, 2014
"Looking at my community I wanted to cry," Leonard said. "Sometimes you just get so tried of fighting."
by Jeff Spross Posted on July 21, 2014 Updated: July 21, 2014
City planners are grappling with many of the threats and possibilities for mitigating them, from streets that can double as canals to underground cisterns and floating buildings.
by Ari Phillips Posted on July 21, 2014
While the politics of fracking has taken hold of election-year energy discussions in Colorado, the wind power industry is quietly surging.
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by Katie Valentine Posted on July 21, 2014
The West has been wracked by wildfires and drought in recent months.
by Jeff Spross Posted on July 18, 2014 Updated: July 21, 2014
After a letter from ten Florida scientists asked Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) for a meeting to discuss climate change, Scott's Democratic rival agreed to see them. Now Scott has agreed as well.
by Joe Romm Posted on July 18, 2014
Tom Karl, director of NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center, said that the planetary vital signs reveal, “The planet is changing more rapidly … than in any time of modern civilization.”
by Ryan Koronowski Posted on July 18, 2014
They're allowing companies to apply for permits to fire off a "seismic cannon" -- 100,000 times louder than a jet engine -- off the Atlantic coast between Delaware and Florida.
by Kiley Kroh Posted on July 18, 2014
Washington, DC's red Circulator buses are nearing the end of their operating life and the city is looking for a more sustainable alternative.
by Ari Phillips Posted on July 18, 2014
In a new take on the concept of carbon capture and storage, engineers in Norway are now trying to harness the carbon dioxide emitted from power plants and use to to grow fish food.
by Jeff Spross Posted on July 18, 2014
Typhoon Rammasun arrived on the southern Chinese island of Hainan on Friday, after cutting northwest through the South China Sea.