This has been a terrible and tragic summer for climate change. Given the double-barreled dose of warming-fueled catastrophe that struck the US in just two [...]
Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement is a lot of things, but it's one thing above all else: utterly moronic.
It may seem strange, but I'm more optimistic about how we are dealing with climate change now than I was a year ago.
This article, originally posted September 27, 2016, was updated September 28. Go to the end for the update. Much of America is talking today about [...]
My second year of teaching a class on the history of climate change has made certain truths about our planet even more vivid and personal to me.
James Hansen's ground-breaking 1988 testimony on man-made climate change still resonates as a key moment in recent American history.
A concerned citizen comes up with a big idea for a mass transit network for a crowded Indian city. What does that have to do with climate change?
My continued investigation into my own weather memories brought me face-to-face with an ominous warning on climate change.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to envision climate change as anything other than a catastrophic problem that will soon monopolize all our lives.
The latest news on climate change is very, very, very bad. The problem is getting much worse, much faster.