We’re Approaching Several ‘Positive’ Climate Tipping Points. Is It Enough?
Italy Is Fighting Energy Poverty — and Climate Change
The US Towns Swallowed by Big Oil’s ‘Chemical Soup’
Ben Jealous’s New Mission: Saving the Planet
How Norway Became the World’s Electric Car Capital
How Tearing Down a Highway Brought New Life to Milwaukee
“It’s Absolutely a Sacrifice Zone.”
Greener Playgrounds Are an Overlooked Climate Solution
Can We Game Our Way Out of the Climate Crisis?
They Were Pregnant During a Climate Disaster. Do Their Children Carry the Scars?
The ‘Gift of God’ That Has Poisoned American Kids for 100 Years
‘We’re Basically Condemning Them to Unhealthy Pregnancies.’
Doulas Are Frontline Climate Workers
Mobile Homes Offer Low-Cost Living. Now, They’re Threatened by Climate Change.
Can a Green Bank Help the US Meet Its Climate Goals?
Knowing Your Neighbors Could Save You From the Next Climate Disaster
Drying Up: Inside the Californian Communities Without Enough Water
Can Kelp Farming Bring Back Shinnecock Bay?
New Heat Regulations Could Save Hundreds of Workers’ Lives. Do Employers Care?
Community Land Trusts Are Building Disaster-Resilient Neighborhoods
Young Farmers Can Help the US Meet Its Climate Goals. Is Washington Listening?
Composting in Detroit Gets a Boost From the Philippines
Should You Compost Your Clothes?
How One Neighborhood Is Rebuilding After a Highway Tore It Apart
The Climate Crisis Is Here. When Will TV Reflect Our Shifting Reality?
Can Indigenous Cultural Burning Fix America’s Wildfire Crisis?
Ravaged by Hurricanes, a Historic Black Community Fights for Survival (VIDEO)
Cities Are Tapping Residents to Study Climate Change Impacts
How a Pastor Created a Black Farming Paradise Amid Drought
How Utah’s ‘Spiral Jetty’ Became a Barometer of the Climate Crisis￼
In the Pacific Northwest, Salmon Declines Upend a Way of Life
Can a ‘Green Amendment’ Deliver Environmental Justice?
The Racist History of Toilets in America (VIDEO)￼
Cities Are Working to Protect Public Transit From Climate Change
The Climate Crisis Is Changing Our Concept of Home
A Chevron Refinery Fire in California Created a Generation of Activists
“We Want to Make Sure That We Leave the World Better Than It Is Now.”
Citizen Scientists Are Tracking Methane Leaks on Native Grounds
“To the End” Director Rachel Lears on the Fight for a Green New Deal.
How Cities Can Help the U.S. Reduce Food-Related Emissions
‘People Need Access to Fresh Food.’
How U.S. Cities Are Preparing for More Life-Threatening Heatwaves￼
In Their Element: Fire (VIDEO)
Melissa Lin Perrella Says Community Is Key to Fighting Violence and Pollution
Native Farmers Need More Support to Help U.S. Meet Climate Goals
In Their Element: Water (VIDEO)
In Their Element: Air (VIDEO)
In Their Element: Earth (VIDEO)
‘Where Would You Have Us Go?’
Wildfire Fighters Are Struggling to Afford Housing
Is a Mass Timber Construction Boom Coming to America?
Central Park’s Climate Lab Explores the Future of Urban Green Spaces
As Farms Heat Up, Workers Are Demanding Protections
‘Power Outages Can Mean the Difference Between Life and Death.’
‘No One Has Been Spared.’
Climate Change Is Forcing American Women From Their Homes
Women Are Leading the Way
‘You Can’t Separate the Fight for Climate Justice From the Fight for Gender Equality.’
Climate Change Is Exacerbating America’s Maternal Health Crisis
“You Can’t Separate People From the Planet.”
‘I would never walk away.’
Facebook’s New Ad Policies Make It Harder for Climate Groups to Counter Big Oil
How to Talk About Climate Change (and Combat Climate Doom)
A Majority-Black City’s Sewage Crisis
Your Gas Stove Is Leaking
What Do Rich Countries Owe the Rest of the World?
Meet the Environmental Scientist Who Wants to Decolonize Conservation
The Energy Transition Has a Labor Shortage Problem. This Startup Is Taking It On.
Inside South Baltimore’s Fight Against Burning Trash (VIDEO)
Warming Lakes Are Losing Oxygen. Climate Change and Pollution Are to Blame.
When Climate Change Becomes Climate Trauma
Can Methane Detectors Help the U.S. Reach Its Climate Goals?
For Some, Shipping Bottlenecks Could Mean Polluted Holidays
How a Proposed Lithium Mine in Nevada Threatens Sacred Native Land
Militaries Produce 6 Percent of GHGs—but They’re Not Required to Report It
Is Agriculture Moving Indoors?
Can Carbon Removal Save the Planet?
Climate Anxiety Is Real. Here’s How To Cope.
This Mother Lost Her Home and Livelihood to Rising Seas. Now She Has Nowhere to Go.
Climate Change and an Ongoing Water Crisis Threaten the Future of Native Tribes, Fish, and Farmers (VIDEO)
This New Imaging System Could Be a Game Changer in the Fight to Save Coral Reefs
A Dilemma for California Legislators: Preserve Public Beaches or Protect Coastal Homes
Does Orange County, California Actually Need That $350 Million Desalination Plant?
A Stark View of Rising Seas in Georgia (PHOTOS)
Issue 4: Oceans
The United States Owes a Massive Climate Debt. One Way to Pay It: Let In Climate Migrants.
Issue 3: Climate Migration
A Tribal Nation Made Dependent on Oil and Gas Got Little Relief When the Market Crashed
In Asia, Millions Are Fleeing Climate Disasters With Little Promise of Relief
Climate Change and Capitalism Are Forcing Chilean Farmers to Abandon Their Land
California’s Climate Migrants
Biogas Made From Manure Is Good for the Climate, but Not for People Living by Feedlots
A Tale of Two Climate Migrants
The Oil and Gas Industry Is In Denial About Its Own Demise
Philly Wants to Wean Off Gas. The City-Owned Gas Utility Is Refusing to Go Along.
Pipeline Firms Are Abandoning Old Lines, Leaving Landowners With the Mess
This Is What the Future of Natural Gas Looks Like (PHOTOS)
Issue 2: The Future of Natural Gas
How Gerrymandering Silences the Environmental Vote
A Scholar of the Resistance on the Changing Politics of Climate Change
Why the People Who Worry the Most About Climate Change Vote In the Smallest Numbers
How Corporations Gave Republicans Permission to Deny Reality
The Scariest Thing About Climate Change Isn’t the Weather—It’s Us
Issue 1: Democracy and Climate Change
Teen Scientist Finds Low-Tech Way to Recycle Water
The Decades-Long Struggle to Protect Venice From Worsening Floods
Severe Floods Worsen Lead Pollution In Northeast Oklahoma
Nexus Media News: Our 2020 In Review
Electric Cars Could Save California’s Power Grid
A Convenient Truth
Trump’s Last-Ditch Effort to Drill the Alaskan Wilderness
Back-to-Back Hurricanes—A New Climate Peril?
How Climate Change Is Making the Alps More Dangerous (PHOTOS)
How Racist Housing Policies Created a Public Health Crisis In Chicago
Climate Deniers Are Embracing QAnon
The Growing Danger From Gas Pipelines
A New Cooling Technology Protects Against Severe Heat and Viral Spread
No, Renewables Did Not Cause California’s Blackouts
EPA Weakens Methane Rule as Pollution Soars
The Lobstermen of the Eastern Yucatán (PHOTOS)
They Tried to Tame the Klamath River. They Filled It With Toxic Algae Instead. (VIDEO)
Toxic Algae Are a Menace. Humans Are Giving Them Ammunition.
Bill Nye: We Are Failing a National Test of Science Literacy
Latino Voters Are Worried About Climate Change. They Could Swing the Election.
The United States Could Achieve 90 Percent Clean Power by 2035 at No Extra Cost
Climate Change Is Sowing Chaos Up and Down the Mississippi River (VIDEO)
Pipeline Projects Continue During the Pandemic
A New Ozone Hole? Climate Change Could Be To Blame.
Climate Change Could Help Spread the Coronavirus
Facing COVID-19, Cities Push Courts to Cut Pollution
The Fed Could Rescue Poorly Run Fossil Fuel Firms
How Oil Companies Are Trying to Win Back the Youth
The Making of the ‘Thin Green Line’
Anti-Immigration Policies Are Hurting the COVID-19 Fight
The Dazzling Ocean Reefs Hidden Beneath Oil Rigs
When Disaster Strikes, Disinformation Spreads
Methane Levels Reach an All-Time High
Coronavirus Shows How to Fight Lies About Climate Change
Are We Screwed On Climate Change?
This Man Wants to Make You a Tower Climbing Grease Monkey
Want to Stop Climate Change? Educate Girls.
Thawing Permafrost Is Letting Scientists Study Long-Dead Diseases
How Black Miami Came to the Rescue After Dorian Battered the Bahamas
How Rain in the Midwest Devastated Oyster Farmers in the Gulf
Cool Designs to Guard Against Flooding (PHOTOS)
Air Pollution Could Be Making You Anxious, Depressed — and Violent
Progressives Forced a Conversation on Climate Change — and Pushed Trump to Change His Tune
Climate Refugees Face an Uncertain Future Under Trump
These Apocalyptic Myths Are Coming True Thanks to Climate Change
Racist Housing Policies Have Left Communities of Color at Greater Risk of Extreme Heat
The Politics of a Green New Deal (VIDEO)
Fighting Floods and Fossil Fuels in Port Arthur, Texas (VIDEO)
Extreme Heat Threatens Farms and Farm Workers (VIDEO)
Fossil Fuel Drilling Is Making Texans Sick (VIDEO)
Where Rising Seas Are Raising Rents (VIDEO)
As California Forests Heat Up, Birds Are Flocking to Higher Ground
In Mississippi, the Costs of Coastal Flooding Are Adding Up (VIDEO)
Buffalo, NY: Your Climate Refuge
The Innovative Design of One of the World’s Largest Net-Zero Buildings
At UN Climate Conference U.S. Growers Defend Large-Scale Farming
Drought Is Crippling Small Farmers in Mexico (PHOTOS)
Scientists Use Underwater Speakers to Lure Fish to Dead Reefs
Worsening Weather Could Make Life Miserable for Lupus Patients
Climate Change Could Mean Shorter Winters, But Longer Flu Seasons
When Selling Your Home, It Pays to Be a Climate Change Denier
Air Pollution Could Literally Cause You to Lose Your Hair
Environmental Scientists Want Help Coping With Their Grief
Illegal Gold Mining Is Laying Waste to the Amazon
How Your Prescription Drugs Could Kill You During Heat Waves
Scientists Use the Dark of Night to Generate Clean Energy
What Climate Change Will Do to Three Major American Cities by 2100
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