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Reading Time: 5 minutes At the halfway point, 2020 is shaping up as potentially the worst year for Planet Earth
To climate-shame corporations is to hobble economic dynamism.
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Reading Time: 6 minutes Just off the coast of Singapore, a group of scientists huddles together in the warm ocean
Reading Time: 4 minutes Picture a world entirely powered by clean energy — cars without tailpipes, homes without outlets, and
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced Monday that he was committing an initial $10 billion to ‘the Bezos Earth Fund.’
House Democrats on Wednesday released a $760 billion plan to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure while helping address climate change.
Reading Time: 7 minutes In 2019, the year youth around the world stepped out of the classroom and onto the
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I’ll believe they think we’re in an emergency when they start acting like we’re in an emergency.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The impact of climate change is impossible to overstate. It is humanity’s gravest threat — one
(Samuel Corum/Getty Images) Amid rising concerns about climate change and extensive rollbacks of environmental regulations under President Donald Trump’s administration,
Histrionic, beset by apocalyptic fantasies, and easily exploitable.
Reading Time: 2 minutes If you are shivering in a freezing, snow-blanketed part of the world, global warming might seem
Reading Time: 4 minutes Organic farming has long been considered healthier for the consumer and better for the planet than
One Atmosphere, an area non-profit, dedicated a mammoth mural yesterday of the teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg.
Reading Time: 5 minutes About eight in 10 Americans say that human activity is causing climate change. Approximately half of
Reading Time: 15 minutes The prevailing scientific sentiment on the global ecological crises is that the only road to a