"It seems as though many have turned a deaf ear to America's small farmers and black farmers alike."
Since the bug was first identified in 2014, it has been devastating vineyards and orchards in the Northeast. It was quickly considered one of the most destructive invasive species in 150 years.
Back in 2015, a pack of 21 kids sued the United States to try to force government action on climate change. Four years later, that case — Juliana v. United States, or, affectionately, Youth v. Gov — is still tangled up in the courts. And the kids are losing their patience.
In Seattle, homeowners dump their garbage in homeless encampments and the city uses trash buildup as a reason to clear encampments with no notice.
Record-breaking heat across Alaska is pushing tourists to beaches, and sending flames across the unseasonably hot, dry state.
Could the Paris of Appalachia hold the secret to getting folks out of their cars and onto public transportation? I set out to investigate.
Florida Republicans weakened environmental protections. The ensuing slimeageddon is changing their party
After the Guardian publicly announced last month that it would drop "climate change" for the terms "climate emergency, crisis or breakdown," other publications followed suit.
The most powerful climate "influencers" of today are not celebrities who have achieved fame and then used their platform to deliver some wan cliché about "being nice to the planet."
I want to see proof that DiCaprio has actually moved the needle somehow.
Imagine if there was a carbon-free form of energy hiding in the ground beneath you. One that we could turn to anytime, even on cloudy, windless days.
Only an hour-or-so drive from Southern California's beaches but a world away from the glamour of Hollywood, San Bernardino County is one of the country's biggest hubs for warehousing and distribution of goods.
New York wants to fight climate change through good farming. Here's the dirt.
Lawns do provide some benefits: Green spaces help reduce the urban heat island effect. They can help restore groundwater and reduce urban flooding, and because they're plants, they help pull a small amount of carbon dioxide out of the air. But, on balance, lawns are awful for the planet.
Which phrase does a better job of grabbing people's attention: "global warming" or "climate change"? According to recent neuroscience research, the answer is neither.
On its 49th birthday, Earth Day is having a midlife crisis. In the beginning, it was a policy-shaking event that awakened a new generation of activists. But now even environmentalists have misgivings about it.
Inside the push to tear down an Oakland freeway.
In 2013, a cold snap in Ordu, Turkey, set off a chain-reaction that ended with terrible consequences for lovers of hazelnut chocolate.
Can seaborne cities become havens for climate refugees chased out of their homes due to rising sea levels and supercharged cyclones?
Take from the rich and give to the subway? Inside New York's evolving congestion pricing policy.