Should We Give Cars to the Poor?
David Bernhardt Was the Brains Behind Ryan Zinke. Now He’s in Charge.
Why Your Phone Dies in the Cold Weather, and What You Can Do About It
How a Small Pacific Northwest Island Is Preparing for the Really Big One
The Shutdown Has Already Made Us Less Prepared for This Year’s Hurricane Season
Will Democratic Leaders Follow Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the Green New Deal?
The Rich Can Afford Higher Ground in Miami. What’s Going to Happen to the Poor?
Can We Make Buildings That Create Their Own Energy? Norway Thinks So.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal Is Gaining Momentum Because She’s Willing to Compromise
Joe Manchin, Who Once Shot a Cap-and-Trade Bill, Is Officially the Lead Senate Democrat on Energy
The L.A. Auto Show Demonstrated Why Electric Cars Are Still the Future
Spain Is Moving On From Coal. Can the U.S. Do the Same?
How Climate Change Will Affect Each Region of the United States
The Keystone XL Pipeline Is Finally Dead, Thanks to a Court Ruling and a Wanting Environmental Assessment
Climate Change Creates Conditions That Allow for Disasters Like the Camp Fire
How to Protect Yourself if You Live in a Fire-Prone Area
The California Wildfires Affect Animals Too. Here’s How They’re Coping.
In Addition to Everything Else, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker Is a Climate Skeptic
In the Midterms, Voters Elected Climate Hawks—and Struck Down Important Energy Initiatives
Jay Faison Has Framed Himself as a Republican Who Cares About Climate. Don’t Be Taken In.