There are hundreds of pages of information, observations, projections, and conclusions to absorb -- almost all of it bad news.
May is the perfect time to take stock of your finances and make money moves that will reinvigorate your bank accounts. Enjoy the sunshine and set yourself up for a cool summertime by following our advice.
By taking action to limit carbon pollution, we can reduce threats to our health and provide future generations with safer air, cleaner energy, and a more stable climate.
The natural world is awakening from a tough winter, and our yards are greening up as the weather warms. But are our yards really as "green" as they could be?
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Daily Climate Change: Global Map of Unusual Temperatures, Apr 17 2014 How unusua...
A Louisiana elected official once said "the flag of Texaco flies over the Louisiana State Capitol." Right now that flag is flapping in the face of every citizen.
This film has been greatly criticized for its deviation from the Biblical story. It's good to remember that it is not a documentary. It is a Hollywood film and, as such, a great piece of filmmaking.
We to stop calling this "climate change" and call it was it: climate disaster.
Two of the most recent papers published on the subject as it relates to the Northeastern United States, do not tell the apocalyptic tale shared by Noah director Darren Aronofsky. Rather, these studies are straightforward reminders
Darren Aronofsky's new $100 million blockbuster film Noah opened on Friday, but the film is being blasted, damned and condemned in many conservative Christian circles.
So what did the makers of the movie Noah do? They straddled the fence and as a result don't really satisfy anyone.
How could a film starring Russell Crowe as Noah, Anthony Hopkins as Methuselah, and Emma Watson as the mother of Noah's granddaughters, possibly fail among viewers? Presenting a film "inspired by" the biblical story of Noah in Genesis, of course, is a tall order.
While the worst rate spikes will occur gradually over a period of years -- thanks to a bill that President Obama signed into law last Friday -- a reported 1.1 million homeowners in flood-prone areas will still face sharp premium increases.
Last Monday night, 30 members of the new Senate Climate Caucus held an all-night talkathon on the Senate floor to highlight the urgency of global warming. Two days later, all but one voted to roll back a law that actually does something about it.
What are the odds of such an event? Once in a hundred years? Two-hundred fifty years? We are lulled into a false sense of security. Of course, the statistics belie the fact that such an event could happen in the near future. The result: Catastrophes occur and they become wake-up calls to action.
Only 27 percent of respondents agreed strongly that climate change is a risk to their business -- which is frightening when you think about what that says about companies' level of readiness for the significant changes that are upon us already.