Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Making individual changes will make a difference, but we’ll be saved only by dramatic, wide-scale change.
Scientists say market tweaks, such as a carbon tax, alone cannot cut emissions 45 percent in 12 years.
It's almost impossible to calculate how many trillions of dollars it could cost.
Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com Let me mention a small joy of my life. One afternoon and evening a week I take care of
What do women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights have to do with the environment? Everything, says Marco Cerezo
This budget’s severe cuts single out our clean air and water and our attempts to fight climate disruption.
By William Moomaw, Tufts University Forests have been removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing carbon for
By Maty Konte, United Nations University; Joice Ferreira, Federal University of Pará; Sandrine Maljean-Dubois, Aix-Marseille
Scott Pruitt said the White House will roll back Obama's signature Clean Power Plan this week.
Today’s remarks by EPA administrator Scott Pruitt that human activity is not “a primary contributor to the global warming