How climate change made the Mississippi tornadoes more likely

A new study explores the link between rising temperatures and more deadly tornadoes.

Broken furnace? In the Bay Area, soon you’ll have to replace it with a heat pump

Regulators ban the sale of gas-powered furnaces and water heaters, starting in 2027.

Chicago neighborhood groups sue US Army Corps of Engineers over expansion of a polluted dump

“Our community is fighting back and saying ‘no more.’”

An unexpected source of methane? Your local sewage plant

A new study says the plants emit twice as much methane as previously thought.

An Alabama clean water fund discriminated against Black communities, complaint alleges

The state is accused of making access to federal dollars so hard that the people who…

From New York to Texas, climate candidates are gaining momentum in local races

If successful, this new crop of activists-turned-politicians could affect climate action from state to local levels.