The answer to the region’s problems isn’t in the dirty, dangerous coal of its past.
Researchers have uncovered a source of air pollution from coal that has received little policy scrutiny: the storage and handling of coal piles.
Carbon pollution is the number one contributor to climate change, so shouldn’t the biggest polluters be the ones paying for its impacts?
The country's decades-long shift from industrial mining to clean energy has brought both challenge and opportunity
How we talk about the climate crisis matters. Learn science-based tactics to starting the conversation with your family and friends.
When cities fight climate change, they reap other big benefits too.
How does such a nation faced with the equally significant challenge of lifting 360 million out of poverty move forward on climate? And the answer, more and more, begins with the business sector.
“Here’s the issue,” EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt told CNN last week when asked about the connection between Hurricane Irma and climate change, “To have any kind of focus on the cause and effect of the storm; versus helping people, or actually facing the effect of the storm, is misplaced.”
One major – but often overlooked – impact of the climate crisis is its effect on soil health.
Three atmospheric scientists from Texas say Hurricane Harvey shows how the country needs to adapt to the effects of climate change and cut carbon emissions.