California seeks to make its low-carbon living more affordable

Three new laws promise to make cities denser and fairer.

Wildfire smoke claims more than 33,000 lives each year, new study finds

And that number doesn't even account for long-term exposure.

How one town put politics aside to save itself from fire

Timber Wars tore this town apart. Wildfire prevention brought it back together.

The evidence that the world has passed ‘peak car’

A look at how transportation could change without an addiction to automobiles. 

As California’s fire season ramps up, “unprecedented” is getting a lot of use

The Caldor and Dixie disasters are just a glimpse of what this fire season could hold.

The other greenhouse gas: UN report sets the record straight on methane

Every part of the problem needs fixing.

Good wildfire news? Evidence from the Bootleg Fire supports thinning forests.

A story from Oregon offers lessons for a dried-out, overheated West.

If everything is burning, when does it make sense to rip out a pool?

When you’re trying to make your home more climate-friendly, is any cost too high?

Tourists are desperate to return to national forests … just in time for wildfire season

Dry conditions have put public lands in uncharted territory this summer.

Scientists have long warned climate change threatens our food security. Now they’re finding solutions.

We've barely scratched the surface on the potential of plants.