Dear Michelle and Barack,
We write to you as fellow parents concerned about the Earth that will be inherited by our children, grandchildren, and th...
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Here are five of the most environmentally newsworthy people of the year, both good and bad. Who would be on your list?
Check out our nominees, and then vote in the poll below. And tell us who we missed in comments. (Also see our list of villains.)
The themes of James Hansen's recent talk at American Geophysical Union's fall meeting were not new to anyone who has heard him speak recently (or to r...
It's going to take a lot more than the... chaotic process I watched in Poznan over the past two weeks for us to cut global warming emissions as deeply and quickly as scientists say is necessary.
We find the practitioners of this dismal science in the midst of a wonky civil war. They are divided into two camps: those who favor a carbon tax and those who prefer cap and trade.
The citizens of Coal River Mountain, West Virginia are already working on building their own future with clean power.
We stand at the threshold of a singular opportunity in the human experiment: To re-imagine how to live on Earth in ways that honor the web of life, each other and future generations.
And so our eight-year interlude from reality draws to a close, and the job of cleaning up begins. The trouble is, we're not just cleaning up after a f...
Maybe not as exciting as the Democratic Convention, but even more critical for our survival, is a piece of news that went totally unnoticed this week. CO2 levels continue to rise, with no end in sight.
Hansen opens with current climate status: the loss of sea ice, the approaching tipping points, the effects on people and wildlife, the unstoppable sea level rise, shifting of climate zones and more.
Dr. James Hansen, director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, sounded the alarm about global warming in testimony before a S...
We're so busy worrying about $4 gas that we've lost sight of a much more fundamental number: the amount of CO2 that's in our atmosphere. This wonderful, wordless video is a universal call to arms.
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