Forget recycling, meet precycling.
In Virginia Beach, the largest city by population in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the sea is rising about twice as fast as the global average.
Temperatures in Port Augusta soared to 49.1oC (120.4oF) on Thursday, making it the hottest spot in the country.
Major brands are testing out reusable packaging in an attempt to cut down on plastic waste.
NASA and NOAA are both shut down, so outside scientists affirmed the milestone this week.
Superpowers will control geoengineering and all the damage that comes with it
Technofixes for the climate crisis are no one's first choice. What is it like to study something you wish would disappear?
For the people who live along Canada's Kluane Lake, it doesn't matter whether the Slims River was the first or the 10th or the 100th river to be stolen by climate change.
These startups are capitalizing on consumer anxiety about climate change to market reusable straws, food wrap and storage bags. Can they compete with plastic industry giants?
Maybe a very cozy-looking baby. If we read it "Harry Potter."
Opinion | Maintaining growth on a finite planet is impossible. Here’s how we stop it without making life miserable — and maybe even improving it.
“We’re a lot closer than we should be,” one Stanford scientist warned.
Climate change is changing our wind patterns, which is strengthening waves traveling across the earth's’ surface.
Once in a while, and with increasing frequency, climate change rises to the forefront of popular consciousness. A critical mass of people aided by the notion that others are doing something similar can break through the powerful psychological resistance and look the blinding thing in the face. It’s devastating and painful; you grieve and you panic. Even so, there’s relief in bringing something so painful into view, in holding it with your mind. But you can only look for so long. Resistance reass...
As climate change marches forward, it will exact a mounting, tangible toll on our collective mental health and productivity.
Asteroids, gamma rays and super-volcanoes are all exceptionally rare but could be catastrophic if they happened.
You’d be the richest person on the planet writes professor Liberty Vittert, who recently chose the staggering statistic as the International Statistic of the Year.
In 1997, scientists working for the oil company offered visionary solutions for climate change—which might have destroyed the earth in the process.
The technology is there, all we need is a big government shove
The Deep Tunnel was supposed to provide “a total solution to the flood problem.” It hasn’t.
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