Is the US uniquely bad at tackling climate change?

A Democratic president remained in the White House. The Democratic Party held a bulk of seats in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. But a single senator... Read more »

Green incentives usually help the rich. Here’s how the Build Back Better Act could change that.

If the Build Back Better Act, Democrats’ $2.2 trillion environment and social well-being expense, passes the Senate later on this month, it will include countless dollars in incentives and... Read more »

Will the Ford F-150 Lightning turn Middle America onto EVs?

Imagine an electrical lorry chauffeur. You’re most likely visualizing an ecologically minded infant boomer, kids matured and moved away, behind the wheel of an intense blue Nissan Leaf someplace... Read more »

Cicadas like to be on time. But are they getting confused by climate change?

America’s preferred teens are back. Brood X, a group of 17-year “magicicadas” (yes, that’s brief for “magic cicadas”) have actually begun to emerge from the soil all over the... Read more »