Carbon emissions will drop just 40% by 2050 with countries’ current pledges

The International Energy Agency says a $4 trillion investment is needed over the next decade to…

Clean energy can bring climate justice to communities throughout America

Figuring out how to make clean, equitable energy a feasible choice for all communities is vital…

Chevron’s climate plan: Use wind and solar power to drill for oil

The oil giant's aspiration to reduce emissions just means "cleaner" fossil fuels.

Flooding could shut down one-quarter of America’s critical infrastructure

Hospitals, airports, and other public services are at risk.

Ancient cultures faced rising seas and lived to tell the tale

There’s some truth behind age-old flood myths (even Noah’s Ark and Atlantis).

The environmental justice fight to block the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti claims hosting the 2028 Olympics will have “no impact” on the…

Report: Corporations are tanking America’s best shot at fighting climate change

"Climate positive" companies say they want climate action. Their lobbying activity often says otherwise.

Facing floods and fires, undocumented immigrants have nowhere to turn for help

Most emergency funds after climate-related disasters still exclude undocumented immigrants. Can we change that?

Cutting methane emissions is the fastest way to slow warming. Here’s how.

Amid a push for new methane regulations, the IEA points to three relatively cheap ways to…

It might be time to rethink our relationship with ‘Mother Earth’

The ecosexual movement argues that we could stand to be a lot less platonic with the…