Americans may change their vote because of economic fear, or defense policy, or to protect their property or social privileges. But they do not vote because the ice caps are melting.
It’s not just about politics; it’s about preparing the next generation workforce for the inevitable explosion of the clean-tech economy.
Climate change can be overwhelming. Data viz can help.
Indigenous peoples around the world tell myths which contain warning signs for natural disasters. Scientists are now listening.
The story of a failed prediction and its unexpected aftereffects.
Rushing to catch up after decades of stagnation, China built a gargantuan collection of cities the size of nations with barely a pause to consider their toll on the environment, much less the future impact of global warming.
Rapid development without planning draws the region's most vulnerable people to areas that are the most prone to devastating flooding.
Climate change is practically guaranteed to wreak havoc on our global food system. Thankfully, some people have been putting thought into this problem for a while.
The average New Yorker emits 30 percent less greenhouse gases than any other American.
The Colorado River system supplies water to more than thirty-six million people, but it is being threatened by overuse, long-term drought, and climate change.
An expert explains how the world's insect population will change by 2050.
Over 3,000 buildings, monuments and more, from Paris to Beijing and back, shut off their lights on March 25th.