Once it’s safe, sports can’t return fast enough for this fan.
"They’re certainly the first ones essentially saying, ‘We’ll pay any price per ton, we want to move this whole field forward.’"
Psychologist and climate activist Margaret Klein Salamon says young people face a choice: transform or collapse.
“When shit hits the fan, which it will, all of these protocols will go out the window.”
A new study shows that a single collaboration with ExxonMobil has the potential to inflate Microsoft’s yearly carbon footprint by 21 percent.
It’s the best of times and the worst of times for renewable energy.
Who has the time to care about two catastrophes?
Republican Mike DeWine's handling of COVID-19 pandemic has boosted his approval ratings.
New study says electric cars will do better than bounce back.
Commutes, office spaces, and business conferences might never be the same.
A BLM plan could mean 3,000 new oil and gas wells in an area facing severe COVID-19 outbreaks and particulate matter pollution.
Where does that leave people who don’t own cars?
BlackRock, The Vanguard Group, T. Rowe Price Associates, and the California Public Employees’ Retirement System were all tied to a controversial timber venture.
During crises when residents flee to cars and suburbs, metropolises have panicked. This time can be different.
This year's Mountainfilm Festival brings eco-documentaries to the comfort of your home.
All the green jobs created over the last five years have now been wiped out.
These charts show how quickly we have to act.
A new report throws shade on oil companies' climate promises.
Sure the oil isn't being burned, but there are environmental costs to storing it at sea.
Today’s typical silicon solar panels operate at around 22 percent efficiency, but a new crystalline material called perovskite could soon raise the solar efficiency bar much further.