by Joe Romm Oct 7, 2015
The Pope’s climate encyclical does not oppose carbon pricing. Quite the reverse, in fact.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 7, 2015
Following in the footsteps of the Netherlands, Pakistan becomes the latest country to be held responsible for protecting its citizens against climate change.
by Elise Shulman -- Guest Contributor Oct 7, 2015
Illegal fishing causes billions in annual losses and widespread environmental harm.
by Ryan Koronowski Oct 7, 2015
The state faces what will surely be billions of dollars in damages once the waters recede and it attempts to rebuild and replace lost property.
by Samantha Page Oct 6, 2015
With the House due to consider repealing the ban this week, ThinkProgress looks at what that would mean for the climate.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 6, 2015
With the world just two months away from the Paris climate talks , the U.N. released a draft of what a global agreement on climate action might look like.
by Jess Colarossi Oct 6, 2015
As erosion and rising seas destroy their land, residents of Newtok, Alaska, are hopeful that their community can be saved before the threats of climate change engulf their village.
by Katie Valentine Oct 6, 2015
"BP is receiving the punishment it deserves."
by Marlene Cimons -- Guest Contributor Oct 6, 2015
In a first-of-a-kind study, scientists examined the relationships between fetal development and pregnant women's exposure to low precipitation and very hot days.
by Samantha Page Oct 5, 2015
The White House is painting this as a win for the environment, but environmentalists say otherwise.