Environmentalists say the fracking boom in the Permian Basin is a ticking “climate bomb.”
Leases for more oil drilling are flying to anyone who can write the U.S. government a big enough check.
The Democrats’ compromises are better than nothing but far less than what is needed to meet the climate crisis.
Africa contributes less to global warming than any other inhabited continent. It will lose its glaciers anyway.
Even if carbon emissions are curbed today, flooding will displace hundreds of millions.
The International Energy Agency presses this point just over two weeks before the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
This victory for the climate movement comes thanks to the efforts of student, alumni and faculty activists.
Researchers say the fossil fuel industry has a new tool to delay efforts to curb emissions: a “social justice” strategy.
This “is not simply a warm decade or two in a wandering climate pattern,” said one expert. “This is unprecedented.”
Some tribal members say the bill woefully underfunds programs that help tackle the climate crisis.