Energy from Earth’s crust is renewable and clean. Here’s where it’s hot, and where it’s not.
Colorado proposes new truck sales at 30% electric by 2030, but trucking industry questions whether it’s feasible.
Partha Dasgupta is a Cambridge University economist who has criticized politicians and economists for not including the cost of Earth's destruction when tallying things like economic growth.
This engaging video featuring Dasgupta and Danish actor Alexander Skarsgård boils his 600-page treatise down to five minutes.
Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich says "watching this is likely your mind's best use of five minutes this week."
The bottom line: We have to start accounting for Nature.
Not doing so, Skarsgård notes in the video, is like using only the goals your team scores to assess a soccer game. You might have an impressive number, but you have no idea if your team is winning or losing.
EU countries have approved an end to the sale of gas-powered cars in 2035, allowing the law to enter into force.
Many teachers want to educate their students about climate change and sea level rise. But they don’t always feel prepared.
Restoring fish, bison, gray wolves and other animals in key regions is possible without risking food supplies, and could remove nearly 500 gigatons of CO2 from the atmosphere by 2100.
A salon in Sydney is spearheading workshops for hairdressers on how to steer small talk about the weather into conversations about global heating.
The Georgia activist on why she is leaving campaign politics behind to focus on weaning America off fossil fuels.
Berlin voted on making the city climate neutral by 2030, in a binding referendum that will force the new conservative local government to invest heavily in renewable energy, building efficiency and public transportation.