News and Features
In the aftermath of a superstorm, Americans are finally waking up to global warming.
The Bank claims it wants to step up to the challenge of climate change. But why is it still investing in fossil fuels?
Are dying cattle the canaries in the coal mine? Farmers and ranchers are sounding alarms about the risks to human health of hydraulic fracturing.
Efforts to reduce unemployment and curb inequality must be considered alongside urgent threats to the environment and democracy.
The recent World Energy Outlook report that has many cheering U.S. oil supremacy—when it should be setting off alarm bells on the climate crisis.
In small hamlets and tiny towns you’ve never heard of, grassroots activists are taking a stand in what could be the final showdown for Earth’s future.
350.org’s caravan heads to Washington, DC, to push President Obama to address climate change in his second term.
What does this election mean for the future of the country? Are electoral politics really a mechanism for change?
The recovery could be an opportunity to realign our relationship with the natural world.
If there was ever a response to Mitt Romney’s smug RNC laugh line about climate change—or to Obama’s failure to address it—Hurricane Sandy delivered.