Instead of reconstructing the existing electricity grid, we can leapfrog ahead with technologies that make the Caribbean region less vulnerable to future storms.
The Montreal Protocol should have nixed the ozone-eating chemicals damaging the ozone layer over Antarctica. 30 years on, atmospheric chemists aren't so sure.
The U.N. network's executive director, Mark Watts, advocates new effort to engage American cities as U.S. turns back on Paris Agreement.
There's no single motivation behind the movement. Here's background, with three ideas for where your city can start.
Should the oil and gas giant be held responsible for misleading the public?
The debate about communicating apocalyptic climate risks misses the point: The only way to combat their terror is by committing fully to climate action.
It’s more important than ever that our approach to communicating about sustainability and climate change is evidence-based and built on a strong, theoretical foundation.
Still, there are many reasons we need to eliminate our carbon dioxide emissions, limit global warming and help society adapt to the future.
Even if all the remaining participating nations do their part to uphold the Paris Agreement, governments alone can’t substantially reduce the risk of catastrophic climate change.
From tourism to transportation, businesses in the 50th state are rallying behind its commitment to addressing the impacts of climate change. But cultural considerations will dictate the pace of progress.