Want to communicate effectively about climate change? Ban the graph. Forever.
Feeling overwhelmed about climate change, like it's just too big to solve? You need to start thinking about the problem in different terms--and then you'll see that there is hope.
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.
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.
Instead of just talking about climate change, I have finally done something about it.
The political media is complicit in allowing candidates to dodge issues involving climate change.
Climate change is the moral and religious issue of our time--in much the same way that abolishing slavery was 200 years ago.
There's plenty of news about climate change, and almost all of it is bad, but people sometimes conceptualize it as something that doesn't affect them--it's [...]