Urgent action to prevent a pandemic is, of course, necessary and pressing. But the climate crisis represents a far graver and deadlier existential threat, writes Owen Jones, and yet the...
Biden and Sanders have different approaches to the climate crisis, writes Frederick Hewett, but both of their proposals are far more progressive than anything proposed by previous administrations, including President...
The former New York Times science reporter (and Kennedy family scion) is out with a new book that illustrates how everything in our lives comes back to the climate --...
It’s time to get serious about investing in the technologies that will move America from righteous rhetoric to a net-zero carbon future, writes Philip Warburg.
If, collectively and internationally, we don’t care enough for future generations to pay the price for their survival, what do we care about?
The hopefulness inherent in deciding to have children is inseparable from the procreative instinct that enables the human species to persist, writes Frederick Hewett.
Last week's strike launched a new era of activism, one led by kids and teens whose future has been held hostage by adults reckless about climate change's dangers, writes Miles...
Twenty-one young people are suing the U.S. government over climate change. The case has its merits, writes Frederick Hewett, but why is this issue being decided in the courts and...
"What we have is precious and it’s also vulnerable," says Frederick Hewett, in a short film about coming to terms with climate change.
Sponsors of the Green New Deal should prioritize the ideas that are politically and economically doable and would directly save the planet.
Recalibrating the world for sustainability and economic justice will not come from taking polite baby steps, writes Miles Howard.
The state of the union is indeed sad when the president believes socialism is a bigger threat than climate change, writes Frederick Hewett.
The Green New Deal will be important because it sets the baseline against which other climate measures will be judged, writes Fred Hewett.
Are environmental voters ready to flex their political muscles? It's now or never, writes Nathaniel Stinnett.
Clean air, clean water, healthy land, a stable planet -- those are values worth fighting for, writes Gina McCarthy.
Much of the recent coverage has derided Trump’s actions as emblematic of his disregard for climate science. But that's missing the point.
Can environmental protection only be bought on the backs of society’s neediest?
Talking about the economy or human rights without acknowledging climate change isn’t just an oversight, writes Miles Howard, it’s a failure to engage with today's greatest challenge.
The climate debate underway in Paris offers lessons for the United States, which will sooner or later face the same issues, writes Frederick Hewett.
In the face of alarming news about our rapidly warming planet, writes Philip Warburg, some environmental leaders are all too ready to toss a lifeline to aging nuclear power plants.