by Natasha Geiling May 19, 2016
A new study finds that there's a big gap between the mitigation cuts that agriculture needs to make, and the cuts that it is making.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso May 19, 2016
The Salton Sea, California's largest lake, is evaporating and close to a tipping point that could harm fish, wildlife, and more than a million people.
by Joe Romm May 19, 2016
One reason the public remains confused on climate science is that the media keep watering down what they write on the subject.
by Katie Valentine May 19, 2016
Thirty-seven percent of migratory birds in North America qualify for the conservation watch list, according to a new report.
by Joe Romm May 18, 2016
At this point, all one can do is take him literally. And this is literally gibberish.
We are witnessing the dawn of a revolution in which the grid rapidly increases renewable energy penetration, and lithium-ion batteries play an increasingly important role.
by Emily Atkin May 17, 2016
*cough* Donald Trump *cough*
by Samantha Page May 17, 2016
Under the current climate change scenario, future risk is huge.
by Joe Romm May 16, 2016
In the first three months of 2016, the U.S. grid added 18 megawatts of new natural gas generating capacity and a whopping 1,291 MW of new renewables.
by Joe Romm May 15, 2016
While poets and story-tellers see life as a battle between fire and ice, human-caused carbon pollution makes clear which one will win out this century.