01 January 2019
Climate change 2018: The news wasn’t actually all bad
Three big trends are helping us address the climate crisis: better technology, cheaper technology, and more ambitious policies.
Penn State is expanding a tool to give the public access to weather information across the state. Data from the project could help communities prepare for severe storms and flooding, which are expected to increase in Pennsylvania as the climate changes.
Melting ice around Antarctica will cause a rapid slowdown of a major global deep ocean current by 2050 that could alter the world’s climate for centuries and accelerate sea level rise, according to scientists behind new research.
Aggressively pursued behind the façade of energy independence from foreign sources and domestic job creation, short-term, highly profitable fracking has accelerated the path to long-term economic, environmental and public health catastrophe.
The Amundsen Sea in western Antarctica has been hit particularly hard by the catastrophic effects of climate change, losing over three trillion tons of ice in just 25 years. This region stands out as one of the areas most severely affected by extreme weather conditions.
Economist Partha Dasgupta takes issue with our failure to account for the cost of Earth's destruction
Diversified Energy’s liabilities exceed its assets, according to a new report, sparking concerns about whether taxpayers will wind up paying to plug its 70,000 wells.
In his new book, the famous scientist reflects on an unparalleled career on our fascinating, ever-changing planet.
California will soon have the largest oil drilling setbacks in the U.S. Experts say other states can learn from this move.