The scientist who warned the US about climate change says it’s worse than we thought. Again.

A new study led by James Hansen estimates we'll hit the 1.5 degrees Celsius target earlier…

Record-breaking wildfires blanket Brazil with smoke

The blazes comes on top of a drought that has left some river communities stranded.

Across the Midwest, communities grapple with the idea of a future without coal

The fossil fuel defined economies and local traditions. What happens when it goes away?

In Photos: This small Midwestern town still crowns its Coal Queen

Coal was everything for Marissa, Illinois. What happens when a community is centered on a fossil…

Despite climate promises, insurance companies are still covering coal

A new report finds that five major global insurers are still backing U.S. coal mines, even…

How climate change contributed to the staggering flood death toll in Libya

Political unrest and crumbling infrastructure were also factors in the disaster.

Is it time for the world to take a siesta?

An idea from the past could provide a way to cope with extreme heat.

Mobile homes could be a climate solution. So why don’t they get more respect?

We like to denigrate manufactured housing, but new units are better for the environment.

As Chicago broils, neighbors find ways to keep each other cool

"We’ll be back out there tomorrow doing the same thing.”

Protecting livestock from heat

Livestock are big business in the U.S. Here’s one way farmers are saving their herds.