by Joe Romm Jan 27, 2016
The International Energy Agency projects that “Driven by continued policy support, renewables account for half of additional global generation, overtaking coal around 2030 to become the largest power source.”
by Katie Valentine Jan 26, 2016
South Florida has been called ground zero for sea level rise -- and these mayors want to know what Rubio and Bush plan to do about it.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 26, 2016
The World Economic Forum released guidelines on how to do business in the Arctic, as diminished ice coverage from man-made climate change is allowing access to once unreachable sea routes, minerals and fossil fuel reservoirs.
by Joe Romm Jan 25, 2016
A global slowdown in crucial Atlantic Ocean currents -- caused by global warming -- appears to be supercharging both precipitation and storm surge.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 25, 2016
A new study argues that it is "extremely unlikely" that the recent run of record-breaking hot years were caused by natural variability.
by Joe Romm Jan 22, 2016
Top climatologists explain how human-induced climate change, especially warming-fueled ocean temperatures, are supercharging the amount of moisture in the air available for winter storms like Jonas to dump on on us.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 21, 2016
Some 14 million people face hunger across southern Africa following a drought. All while a record strong El Niño brings further dry and hot weather to the region.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 21, 2016
Is 2016 the year that switching to 100 percent renewable energy becomes mainstream?
What happens when the start-ups of Silicon Valley meet the farmers of Salinas Valley?
by Kira Lerner Jan 20, 2016
"In 20 years, we'll see if the same kind of community exists around here," one resident said. "I'm not sure it will."