California may see an earlier fire season, but regenerative agriculturalists say benefits to their approach are visible.
World-renowned dissident Noam Chomsky and economist Robert Pollin discuss the state of the planet on the 51st Earth Day.
The U.S.’s outdated energy infrastructure is no match for the demands placed on it by extreme unstable weather patterns.
Biden is set to officially announce new emissions targets this week. What he does next will be key.
The United Mine Workers of America is calling for green jobs provisions and income support for unemployed miners.
A genetically engineered chestnut tree may be the first to spread into forests, setting dangerous global precedents.
By turning wastewater into drinking water, our existing water supplies could go further.
A new documentary covers the Indigenous-led Rights of Nature movement on the front lines of the climate emergency.
The global health care climate footprint is equivalent to the annual emissions from 514 coal-fired plants.
A drought-ridden California and dry summer forecast in the western U.S. could lead to catastrophe.