by Sydney Pereira Jul 13, 2016
Australia is home to over 6 percent of the world's mangroves. Massive die-offs like this could damage the coastline ecosystems.
by Sydney Pereira Jul 11, 2016
Since last year's climate encyclical, Catholic Churches around the world took the Pope's message seriously.
by Samantha Page Jul 8, 2016
Congress wants more pesticides, but what if there was another way to combat mosquitoes?
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jul 7, 2016
Gas leaks just keep happening at Aliso Canyon.
by Joe Romm Jul 7, 2016
The “other” form of solar can run at night and has a bright future -- if China bankrolls its near-term development.
by Emily Atkin Jul 5, 2016
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jul 5, 2016
A record 43 million Americans hit the road last weekend and some 84 percent of that holiday traveling was done in cars.
by Joe Romm Jul 4, 2016
Thomas Jefferson's masterpiece is a declaration of unity for all Americans. It is the exact opposite of everything Donald Trump stands for -- a cynical effort to divide Americans by race, religion, ethnicity, and gender.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 1, 2016
California avocado farmers have seen their crop decimated by a recent heat wave.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 30, 2016
Droughts were once considered rare events in the Amazon, but they are increasing.