Sprawled across the arid expanse of southwestern Wyoming is one of the world's largest carbon capture plants, a hulking jumble of pipes, compressors and exhaust flues operated by ExxonMobil.
The warming climates of the Arctic and the tropics squeeze the mid-latitudes, where most people live
For humans, the mid-latitudes are Earth's climate sweet spots, where much of civilization, including cities and key food production areas, have developed. But those zones are increasingly being pummeled by climate change from both the north and south.
Senate 2020: In Montana, big sky country, climate change is playing a role in a crucial toss-up race
As vast and fast wildfires continue to spread almost unprecedented destruction across America's three Pacific states, fire scientists, meteorologists and journalists have begun comparing the conflagrations to one firestorm 110 years ago.
Senate 2020: Iowa farmers are feeling the effects of climate change. That could make things harder for Joni Ernst
Joni Ernst was a rising GOP star who got her start with backing from the Koch brothers, but her support for Trump and continued denial of climate science might alienate the state's key independent voters.
A year and a half ago, after the Green New Deal resolutions were introduced in Washington, Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu posed an ambitious question to the large local climate community: "What could the city do in the vacuum of federal leadership?"
Video: As Covid-19 hinders city efforts to protect residents from the heat, community groups step in
In Brooklyn's Red Hook neighborhood, volunteers in the "cool streets" program invent ways to throw shade on the ground and mist in the air to beat the heat.
If you want to talk about the inequality in our economy, COVID-19, race, and silent violence in our cities, you need to start with environmental injustice.
Researchers say that more microplastics pollution is getting into farm soil than oceans—and these tiny bits are showing up in our fruits, veggies, and bodies.