by Samantha Page Jun 30, 2015
We need policy, not new technology miracles, to save ourselves from global warming.
by Joe Romm Jun 11, 2015
A major new global financial report finds that investors who remain ignorant of or deny climate science will be big money losers.
by Samantha Page Jun 5, 2015
Twelve bills call for divesting, investing, and otherwise greening California's energy consumption.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 3, 2015
The League of American Bicyclists says that if Governor Walker's budget passes, "bicycling in Wisconsin will be set back significantly and it may take years to recover."
by Samantha Page Jun 2, 2015
The whole world knows the U.S. Congress is a no-go on addressing climate change. But will that derail climate talks this year?
by Sacha Feinman Apr 13, 2015
A chemical ash rained down on residents of Torrance, California, after an ExxonMobile refinery explosion in February. Why were residents told so little about the potential toxic effects?
by Sam P.K. Collins Aug 1, 2014
Recent cases in Florida and the D.C. metropolitan area have brought attention to an increase in seawater temperatures that experts say make the bodies of water the perfect breeding ground for deadly bacteria.
by Josh Israel Jun 3, 2014
But leading climate-friendly members of Chamber don’t want to be associated with its anti-climate report.
by Ari Phillips Mar 1, 2014
While the rain may be causing mudslides, flash floods, power outages and even a tornado warning — it's no drought buster.
by Ari Phillips Feb 20, 2014
Seven years after a landmark Supreme Court ruling cleared the way for federal regulation of GHGs, this case explores the extent to which the EPA can enforce the mandate.