New York has always been terrible when it comes to recycling, but Mayor Michael Bloomberg is trying to change that. But can he get New Yorkers to recycle their leftovers?
TED talk from Alex Laskey, the co-founder of the energy efficiency company Opower.
The tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma may have caused more than $2 billion in damages. But that could pale in comparison to the destruction coming our way this hurricane season.
The Moore tornado killed 24 people and destroyed thousands of homes. But you can’t understand the full extent of the devastation until you view it from far above
It’s easy to forget that global warming doesn’t just refer to the rising temperature of the air. Climate change is having an enormous, if less understood, impact on the oceans
Michael Levi is my favorite energy wonk — and not just because we both had to endure waiting for hours in the cold outside the 2009 U.N. climate-change conference in Copenhagen.
While the environmental movement has made the Keystone XL pipeline a line in the sand for U.S. climate policy, the project itself will have little impact on carbon emissions and on climate change.
At his State of the Union speech, Obama promised to boost oil and gas production even as he supports clean energy. It’s smart policy—but can he make it work?
Last year was the hottest ever for the continental U.S.—and it wasn’t even close. Just in case you needed more evidence that the climate really is changing.
Climate activists need to take their victories where they can.
It’s not a good sign for the international effort to stop global warming that most of the news so far generated out of the U.N. climate summit being held this week in Doha has not been made by the diplomats and delegates …
It’s so obvious we forget it: an extreme weather event becomes a disaster only if it hits where people and their possessions are.
After a campaign season in which it was the missing in action issue, climate change roared back into relevancy in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Bill McKibben, the writer-turned-activist behind 350.org, put it in stark terms.