Nobody is listening to climate scientists. What if they went on strike?

The bizarre logic of scientists putting a moratorium on science.

Coal was dying. Then 2021 happened.

The dirtiest fossil fuel is on the rise — and with it, U.S. carbon emissions.

Why is the U.S. so bad at passing climate policy? It’s by design.

After decades of failed climate bills, it's worth asking: Why is the U.S. so bad at…

Think apartment-hunting is frustrating? Try doing it with an electric car.

As the US switches to EVs, apartment-dwellers struggle to plug in.

Why tornadoes are the hardest disasters to link to climate change

Some jumped to connect last week's twisters with global warming. Scientists aren't so sure.

Virginia’s governor-elect wants to get rid of cap-and-trade. There’s just one problem.

Glenn Youngkin's plan to ditch a regional carbon-cutting program could hit a roadblock.

Green incentives usually help the rich. Here’s how the Build Back Better Act could change that.

The reconciliation bill could shake up the tradition of green handouts to the wealthy.

‘Weather whiplash’ in the Pacific Northwest is a sign of what climate change has in store

Mudslides, evacuations, roads snapped in half: Floods hit Washington state and British Columbia.

Against all odds, the Paris Agreement is — kinda, sorta — working

The agreement's feeble enforcement measures are a feature, not a bug.

The French Experiment

France tasked 150 ordinary people with solving climate change. Then they clashed with President Macron.