Nearly 30 years ago, summer in the Pacific Northwest was like paradise. Now it's like Hell. And I am pissed off.
Nearly 300 people have died trying to climb Mt. Everest. Almost all of them are still up there.
The famous 1979 accident at Three Mile Island made nuclear power a much bigger gamble, politically and economically speaking.
New York was buried by the late-winter blizzard, turning a city of gas lights and horse-drawn carriages into a deadly winter nightmare.
Episode 12 of Second Decade finishes the tragic and misunderstood story of Napoleon in Russia--and tries to cut through some of the mythology surrounding it.
The newest episode of Second Decade deals with a historic environmental disaster as well as its historical context.
The latest podcast episode examines Jefferson's troubles during the 1810s, when he was not-so-happily retired to Monticello after leaving the White House.
Leave it to an original Netflix series to depict environmental history as accurately as I've ever seen it on the screen.
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.