In decades ahead the state's draw as a new home could be boosted as seas rise and oceans warm, forcing coastal residents to deal with fallout like strengthening storms, floods, mudslides and other disasters.
As protests rage in the State Capitol, a coal miner's daughter is calling out the fossil-fuel industry in an insurgent campaign for the U.S. Senate.
Shuchi Talati discusses sunlight-blocking aerosols, ocean seeding, rogue geoengineers—and a misunderstood field
Shuchi Talati, a science advisor in the U.S. Senate, is blunt about the lack of structure and regulation around geoengineering—"there is zero governance."
Some female professionals in the Great Lakes Region have their own stories about the culture of gender bias.
That all three of these teachers strikes have happened in states that have been historically dependent on the extractive industry is no coincidence.