May 29, 2020
They took a close look at their wine bottles. Learn more at
May 28, 2020
‘This was a pretty audacious goal when we set it.’ Learn more at
May 27, 2020
Most of the ice sheet will likely remain frozen if the world aggressively cuts carbon pollution. Learn more at
May 26, 2020
La Luz Center aims to make the community more resilient. Learn more at
May 25, 2020
Heavy downpours contribute to the problem by washing nutrients into waterways. Learn more at
May 22, 2020
He wants to harness free enterprise to cut carbon pollution. Learn more at
May 21, 2020
The economic life cycle of a tea bush lasts 60 to 80 years. Learn more at
May 20, 2020
‘Ecotherapy’ turned personal for Linda Buzzell after wildfires and mudslides devastated her home city. Learn more at
May 19, 2020
The Arkema chemical plant near Houston caught fire after Hurricane Harvey in 2017, forcing an evacuation. Learn more at
May 18, 2020
As growing seasons become more erratic, he says traditional farming calendars aren’t working as well anymore. Learn more at
May 15, 2020
‘We can … tell people, ‘We’re really seeing this. We know what’s going on.’ Learn more at
May 14, 2020
And that’s just one of the benefits, case studies suggest. Learn more at
May 13, 2020
The startup’s new technology could help companies turn carbon pollution into alternative fuels or plastics. Learn more at
May 12, 2020
The rule is projected to reduce carbon pollution by less than 1% beyond having no policy at all. Learn more at
May 11, 2020
Backup power systems at the Army installation provide electricity even when regional power is knocked out. Learn more at
May 8, 2020
More than 70 participants in the ‘Grow Solar St. Louis’ program have installed solar panels. Learn more at
May 7, 2020
Plant lighting, ventilation, and heating and cooling systems all contribute to the energy demand. Learn more at
May 6, 2020
He says extreme weather and increasingly acidic water could take a toll on his business. Learn more at
May 5, 2020
‘It turns out it’s hugely consequential.’ Learn more at
May 4, 2020
‘On a very deep … level, faith and climate connect as a moral issue.’ Learn more at
May 1, 2020
The nonprofit City Forest Credits has funded plantings in Austin, Texas, and near Seattle, Washington. Learn more at
April 30, 2020
The risk is growing as the climate warms. Learn more at
April 29, 2020
A successful lawsuit led by children and young adults has put pressure on the national government. Learn more at
April 28, 2020
U.S. farms are threatened by droughts, wildfires, and heavy downpours. Learn more at
April 27, 2020
RS Automotive in Takoma Park, Maryland, also repairs electric vehicles and hybrids. Learn more at
April 24, 2020
Their ponds can provide flood control and natural fire breaks. Learn more at
April 23, 2020
‘The Nucleário’ was invented by Brazilian brothers Bruno and Pedro Rutman. Learn more at
April 22, 2020
Many young people are worried about global warming. Learn more at
April 21, 2020
Their goal is to protect ocean health and help coastal communities adapt to climate change. Learn more at
April 20, 2020
Once common in the Northeast and Midwest, populations of the rusty patched bumblebee have declined by about 90%. Learn more at
April 17, 2020
Artist Thomas Starr’s ‘Remembrance of Climate Futures’ project imagines how towns might be affected in the future. Learn more at
April 16, 2020
Participants learn how to write business plans, care for chickens, and more. Learn more at
April 15, 2020
One new solar-powered development in L.A. houses formerly homeless and disabled veterans. Learn more at
April 14, 2020
During the ‘Great Drought,’ crop failures led to famine that killed about 50 million people. Learn more at
April 13, 2020
So far, more than 150 Catholic banks, universities, foundations, and others have pledged to end their investments in fossil fuels. Learn more at
April 10, 2020
It’s designed for users in the Milwaukee area. Learn more at
April 9, 2020
Nine stations in the Roaring Fork Valley are gathering information about the moisture stored in soil. Learn more at
April 8, 2020
A comprehensive program aims to address residents’ social and economic needs. Learn more at
April 7, 2020
‘They’re likely to become endangered.’ Learn more at
April 6, 2020
‘Decolonize Your Diet’ includes recipes for pumpkin empanadas, sweet potato tacos, and more. Learn more at
April 3, 2020
But with proper management, the fishing industry can continue to thrive. Learn more at
April 2, 2020
If managed well, farmland can soak up heat-trapping carbon pollution. Learn more at
April 1, 2020
More than a third of the food produced in the U.S. goes uneaten. Learn more at
March 31, 2020
The beetles have killed more than 5% of the forested area in the Western U.S. Learn more at
March 30, 2020
Their futuristic car was a serious contender at the Automotive X Prize competition. Learn more at
March 27, 2020
She strives to produce low-waste clothing that will last a long time. Learn more at
March 26, 2020
Holding warming to only 1.5 degrees Celsius would greatly reduce the consequences of climate change. Learn more at
March 25, 2020
An app alerts customers when it’s time to harvest. Learn more at
March 24, 2020
Isolated communities depend on a network of roads on frozen rivers and lakes. Learn more at
March 23, 2020
It’s ‘a way to start a conversation that wasn’t politicized right from the beginning.’ Learn more at
March 20, 2020
The home’s wealthy owner wanted to invest in green design. Learn more at
March 19, 2020
It’s creating a ‘massive issue’ for the fishing industry. Learn more at
March 18, 2020
Heavy rains have been ‘wreaking havoc’ downtown. Learn more at
March 17, 2020
Staffer Juan Parra wants clean, renewable energy to reach the people who need it most. Learn more at
March 16, 2020
Buildings that take advantage of natural light and ventilation require much less energy. Learn more at
March 13, 2020
Under this approach, journalists rigorously report on potential solutions to society’s problems. Learn more at
March 12, 2020
Carbon pollution from residents and businesses is falling at a similar pace. Learn more at
March 11, 2020
More than 1,000 plants have signed up for the Energy Star Challenge for Industry.  Learn more at
March 10, 2020
The Hoosier Resilience Index offers projections for precipitation and heat. Learn more at
March 9, 2020
Today, about 80% of the global supply is grown in California. Learn more at
March 6, 2020
Instead of discarding food at the end of the day, restaurants connect with customers looking for discounted meals. Learn more at
March 5, 2020
Composer Steven Bryant says the music expresses his psychological journey of wrestling with the problem. Learn more at
March 4, 2020
The wetlands buffer coastal communities from waves and flooding during storms. Learn more at
March 3, 2020
The coveted certification has long been offered for buildings, but now communities can earn it, too. Learn more at
March 2, 2020
They also went door-to-door to help residents go solar. Learn more at
February 28, 2020
Thousands of volunteers from around the world have submitted observations to the Community Snow Observations project. Learn more at
February 27, 2020
Hotter oceans are providing more fuel for the storms. Learn more at
February 26, 2020
Breathing wildfire smoke is harmful, especially for people with heart conditions or lung diseases such as asthma. Learn more at
February 25, 2020
The skaters are witnessing the consequences of warming winters firsthand. Learn more at
February 24, 2020
‘It's not just a novelty. It actually works.’  Learn more at
February 21, 2020
He’s saving money, too. Learn more at
February 20, 2020
According to block-by-block temperature data. Learn more at
February 19, 2020
Snow that falls in burned areas melts more quickly in the spring. Learn more at
February 18, 2020
The crops grow vertically under LED lights. Learn more at
February 17, 2020
The area is known for its iconic cherry trees and the Jefferson Memorial. Learn more at
February 14, 2020
A forest therapy guide says the practice increases mindfulness and appreciation of trees. Learn more at
February 13, 2020
It’s a strategy known as community choice aggregation. Learn more at
February 12, 2020
The emerging technology would enable cars to travel farther on a single charge. Learn more at
February 11, 2020
Some species are struggling to grow back, and more drought-tolerant trees are moving in. Learn more at
February 10, 2020
Warming temperatures increase the risk of heat stroke, asthma, and other health problems. Learn more at
February 7, 2020
The recent installation generates enough electricity to run the city’s wastewater treatment plants. Learn more at
February 6, 2020
He says it’s important to acknowledge and reflect on emotions about global warming. Learn more at
February 5, 2020
It can be used to grow crops in indoor hydroponic farms. Learn more at
February 4, 2020
‘I’m extremely concerned about the future of my boys.” Learn more at
February 3, 2020
Its land is sinking and eroding, and sea-level rise could make the problem worse. Learn more at
January 31, 2020
But the change won’t happen overnight. Learn more at
January 30, 2020
Other homeowners are seeing higher premiums. Learn more at
January 29, 2020
If you’re going to idle for more than 10 seconds, it’s more efficient to shut off your car. Learn more at
January 28, 2020
‘When you're famous, there's a real responsibility to use that celebrity in the best possible way you can.’ Learn more at
January 27, 2020
Debra Fischer has spent a career studying planets in other solar systems. Learn more at
January 24, 2020
Now panels are going up across town. Learn more at
January 23, 2020
Fresno is receiving $66 million for walking trails, sidewalks, bike lanes, and more. Learn more at
January 22, 2020
They can make progress, but they need state and federal help, too, says sustainability manager Carol Davis of Blacksburg, Virginia. Learn more at
January 21, 2020
Solar and battery systems will power a few ambulance stations and community buildings. Learn more at
January 20, 2020
A project in the !Kheis municipality has brought electricity to more than 500 homes. Learn more at
January 17, 2020
The price of vehicle batteries is falling rapidly. Learn more at
January 16, 2020
More high-density residential construction in urban areas could help alleviate the problem. Learn more at
January 15, 2020
It enables people to connect with climate data in a visceral way. Learn more at
January 14, 2020
Air pollution, largely caused by burning coal, leads to more than one million early deaths in China each year. Learn more at
January 13, 2020
The region is experiencing more intense downpours as the climate changes. Learn more at
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