Peter Dykstra and Bobby Bascomb take a look at how melting sea ice in the Arctic is already opening up a new shipping route for oil and gas in particular. Then, the two discuss the low attendance by Democratic candidates at the first ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice, and some of the big ideas from the candidates who showed up.
It’s been half a century since Agnes delivered its devastating downpours. But decades later, the hurricane’s legacy lives on for those who witnessed it and those who study storms of similar proportions.
Australia ‘ill-prepared’ for food insecurity driven by war and climate crisis, former defence leaders say
Australia is badly prepared for food insecurity fuelled by the climate crisis and war, former military leaders have warned.
The Department of Energy retained a global public relations firm with longstanding fossil fuel ties, continuing a practice that ramped up during the Trump administration.
Researchers say that a new breakthrough could lead to new ways of growing food in a world wracked by climate change.
Justice Alito’s longstanding consistency in wanting to restrict EPA authority makes it transparent where he wants the court to go.