Summertime and the Living’s Uneasy

Reading Time: 5 minutes At the halfway point, 2020 is shaping up as potentially the worst year for Planet Earth

Rooftop Wind Power Might Take Off by Using Key Principle of Flight

Reading Time: 4 minutes This story originally appeared in Scientific American and is republished here as part of Covering Climate

Norway and the A-ha Moment That Made Electric Cars the Answer

Reading Time: 6 minutes This story originally appeared in the Guardian and is republished here as part of Covering Climate Now,

Out of Thin Air — Breakthrough Tech Uses Water Vapor to Generate Electricity

Reading Time: 4 minutes Picture a world entirely powered by clean energy — cars without tailpipes, homes without outlets, and

House Democrats Release $760 Billion Green Infrastructure Plan

House Democrats on Wednesday released a $760 billion plan to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure while helping address climate change.

‘We Sleep in Our Gas Masks’: Eyewitness to Australia’s Firestorm

Reading Time: 4 minutes This is a firsthand account from our local correspondent SOUTH EAST AUSTRALIA – We have been

Environmental groups saw revenue spike, spent heavily amid EPA rollbacks

(Samuel Corum/Getty Images) Amid rising concerns about climate change and extensive rollbacks of environmental regulations under President Donald Trump’s administration,

Is Organic Agriculture Worse for Climate Change Than Conventional Farming?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Organic farming has long been considered healthier for the consumer and better for the planet than

Why the Human Mind Can’t Deal With Climate Change

Reading Time: 5 minutes About eight in 10 Americans say that human activity is causing climate change. Approximately half of

What If Everybody Is Wrong About Stopping Climate Change?

Reading Time: 15 minutes The prevailing scientific sentiment on the global ecological crises is that the only road to a