The presidential election is almost over, and climate change was hardly an issue. Should we really be surprised?
Thanks to warmer weather and renewable energy, carbon emissions in 2016 were the lowest they’ve been since 1991.
Its most recent victory is a phase-out on HFCs, a powerful greenhouse gas.
Climate change threatens to melt the ice and expose chemicals and radioactive material.
A new study from the Union of Concerned Scientists shows how fossil fuel producers seed scientific doubt and block climate-related policies.
56 percent of his supporters believe in climate change, unlike their candidate.
Is the world saved yet?
Water that’s 72 degrees Fahrenheit would be pleasant just about anywhere, let alone in the Arctic Circle.
The tricky balance of diesel and renewable energy in the far north.
Hint: Very, very far north.