California Governor Jerry Brown just signed a bill committing the Golden State to reach 100 percent carbon-free electricity in the power sector by 2045, sending a clear message to the rest of the country that the future is renewable and the fight for our climate is very much on.
It’s as simple as this: Healthy people need a healthy planet.
Barely a year since they were first founded, Climate Reality chapters are achieving incredible things from sea to shining sea.
Climate change driven by fossil fuel emissions is making it easier for diseases to spread and putting our health at risk.
It’s time to shake off the outrage fatigue. The EPA’s plan to roll back ambitious fuel economy standards is a big deal with real consequences for the planet and the health of . . . well, pretty much all Americans.
Hurricanes arrive on shores across the planet with their own unique threats and long-term health consequences.
There’re more than a few reasons to be hopeful that, like so many other not great things going on right now, the current state of climate inaction in the US shall pass. And probably sooner than you think.
What does the climate crisis— caused by burning dirty fossil fuels – look like around the world? Here’s what it looks like in five countries.
Wildfires are devastating communities across the globe. And conditions are only expected to become even more favorable for more frequent and intense ones in our warming world.
The Big Apple is a big leader in fighting climate change.