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.
Here are what I think are the three best articles that appeared on my blog during 2015. Happy New Year!
The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference could be a turning point in world history...if we have the wisdom to use the opportunity.