by Natasha Geiling Nov 19, 2015
Climate activists are working to think of creative ways to spread their message of climate action in Paris -- without the help of rallies and marches.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Nov 19, 2015
Poop is being put to use around the world.
by Marlene Cimons -- Guest Contributor Nov 19, 2015
A lot has changed between the Copenhagen talks in 2009 and now.
by Ben Bovarnick - Guest Contributor & Pete Ogden -- Guest Contributor Nov 18, 2015
The move represents a significant step in limiting financing of new coal generation around the world.
by Joe Romm Nov 18, 2015
Those who understand climate change and solutions will do vastly better in the world that humanity is remaking than those who do not. A new book explains what you need to know.
by Natasha Geiling Nov 18, 2015
Environmental activists want Maryland to stop calling chicken manure "renewable energy."
by Joe Romm Nov 17, 2015
The hottest October -- by far -- in NASA's 135-year temperature record assures 2015 will by the hottest year, easily topping 2014's record. But will 2016 blow them both away?
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Nov 17, 2015
“The demographics are changing and so is the weather.”
by Joe Romm Nov 16, 2015
The Democratic Presidential candidate's remarks were criticized by people who apparently don't understand the existential nature the climate threat poses to this country and the world.
by Joe Romm Nov 14, 2015
The UN and French Government have confirmed that the big Paris climate talks scheduled for November 30 to December 12 will proceed as planned, but with stronger security in the wake of Friday's terrorist attacks.