by Katie Valentine Posted on May 20, 2015
In a new study, researchers find that dolphins in the Gulf of Mexico region had major lung and adrenal lesions after the BP oil spill.
by Samantha Page Posted on May 20, 2015
The president called on a new generation of leaders to address climate change.
by Joe Romm Posted on May 20, 2015
The New York Times put a 1,700-word piece on its front page Tuesday accusing EPA of violating federal laws on grassroots campaigning -- despite knowing the accusation is not true, a fact buried deep in the article.
by Ari Phillips Posted on May 20, 2015
The pipeline rupture hearkens back to Santa Barbara's massive 1969 oil spill, which changed the industry and the environmental movement for decades.
by Emily Atkin Posted on May 20, 2015
In South Florida, adapting to sea level rise is a necessity. But a new administration could make adaptation more difficult for the region.
by Miranda Peterson -- Guest Contributor Posted on May 20, 2015
Presenters at the National Adaptation Forum emphasized a greater need for inclusive climate adaptation work.
The expansion of economical wind power could see the industry come to states like Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on May 20, 2015
A new study looks at what kind of vegetation will survive and die due to climate change.
by Joe Romm Posted on May 19, 2015
Even though people keep saying “the slow human response to climate change makes us like a slowly boiling frog” the metaphor deserves to be put to pasture for two reasons. It isn’t accurate. And it is a cliché.
by Katie Valentine Posted on May 19, 2015
The White House is tackling the pollinator crisis head-on.