A beloved, cold-loving state fish is in danger of overheating. Daily Climate.
The evangelical Christian movement has been at war with environmentalism for decades—but the stakes have never been higher. Vice.
The Crow and Northern Cheyenne live miles apart but stand on opposite sides of U.S. President Donald Trump’s pro-energy agenda. Their differences reflect a broader divide on drilling and mining among America’s 567 federally recognized tribes. Reuters.
The world’s nations have agreed, almost unanimously, to try to limit the rise of global average temperature to 2 degrees Celsius or less over preindustrial levels. Vox.
Solar advocates win a surprising victory in Nevada. High Country News.
Volkswagen has decided to go ahead with production of an electric version of its classic Microbus camper van as it seeks to boost its electric vehicle credentials. Reuters.
Adapting to their changing conditions, women are harvesting organic potatoes they planted in January. That's when villagers took advantage of their lengthened growing season for the first time. Weekend Edition, NPR.
As the eclipse carves a long shadow over California on Monday morning, it is expected to knock offline more than 5,600 megawatts’ worth of solar panels at its peak. New York Times.
Hundreds of livestock ranchers in the drought-stricken U.S. Northern Plains are embracing what organizers say is the first lottery designed to provide some much-needed relief to their operations. Reuters.
Science, schmience. Now the elitists want us to buy glasses. Daily Climate.
The climate metric, maligned by the Trump administration, helps build the cost of future climate harms into state electricity plans and markets. InsideClimate News.
As the United States reverses its climate policies, the world's top greenhouse gas emitter is in the midst of setting up a national carbon-trading system. ClimateWire.
Volcanoes don't react well to melting ice. Washington Post.
Recent record year temperatures show how climate warms the Earth. Without global warming, such a sequence would have been highly improbable. Climate News Network, United Kingdom.
After weeks of escalating criticism, Assembly Republican Leader Chad Mayes still doesn’t have any regrets over bucking his party to support California’s cap-and-trade program on climate change. Los Angeles Times.
"In the winter, the sea attacks us," a fisherman says. "We are afraid the village will sink into the sea." Weekend Edition, NPR.
City officials estimate that they may have to spend at least $900 million in the coming decades to upgrade the city’s flood prevention and drainage systems to keep the Atlantic Ocean at bay. Climate Liability News.
Faced with climate change, uncertain markets and government policies they see as unhelpful, many of Malawi's farmers feel ill-equipped to decide how much of which crop to plant and when. Reuters.
Sea levels are on the rise, displacing entire populations and stirring fears for 'climate refugees' that must relocate. CNBC.