Reading Time: 14 minutes A very emotional conversation about Australia’s devastating wildfires with somebody who is living the nightmare.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Taking meaningful steps to minimize the devastating impact of climate change is difficult, which is why so many people, companies, and governments are doing nothing. But there is one way to force them into action.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A despairing resident, living in the path of the Australian “fire apocalypse,” describes the horror of the great climate change disaster.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The dire state of the environment is humanity’s greatest challenge. Yet most of us do nothing as plastic-filled oceans are rising and the world is literally burning around us. Here are some of our 2019 environmental stories you may have missed.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Over the next five years, oil and gas companies will invest $1.4 trillion into new extraction projects.
Reading Time: 11 minutes A small group of determined Dutch citizens has changed the climate policy of its country through legal action. A similar lawsuit in the US — brought by the “climate kids” — might be headed for the Supreme Court.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Would an adjustment to their life expectancy get people to do something about climate change?
Reading Time: 2 minutes If the cold weather makes it harder for you to argue with climate change deniers about the existence of global warming, this story is for you.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A new study raises questions about the impact of organic farming on climate change.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Why doesn’t belief in climate change translate to environmental action?
Reading Time: 15 minutes A contrarian view of how to deal with our environmental crisis.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Can a new range of plant-based burgers tempt skeptical meat-eaters?
Reading Time: 4 minutes As climate change heats up our oceans, the warm water is having an impact on where sharks congregate in the summer.
Reading Time: 2 minutes World leaders attending the UN Climate Action Summit in Manhattan only need to cross the East River to bear witness that delay is no longer an option.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The longest journey begins with a single step. Some companies are taking it.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Not all heroes wear capes. Some are young girls.
Reading Time: 5 minutes In New York City and across the globe, empowered students take action against climate change.
Reading Time: < 1 minute How could the US play a more positive role in fighting climate change? By doing nothing instead of undermining global efforts.
Reading Time: 3 minutes A chronic kidney condition spreading rapidly has been blamed on rising temperatures.
Reading Time: 13 minutes Big carbon and mass apathy are the existential double whammy, warns veteran climate campaigner Bill McKibben.