Pollen and heat: A looming challenge for global agriculture

This story was initially released by Yale Environment 360 and is recreated here as part of the Climate Desk partnership. Last June, Aaron Flansburg felt the temperature level spike and understood what that suggested... Read more »

No friend of the coal miner

While operating at a West Virginia mine, Gary Hairston rushed up a set of stairs to go out of the rain, however he just made it midway. Doubled over... Read more »

Where have all the climate activists gone?

On November 13, 2018, a group of almost 200 activists collected outdoors Representative Nancy Pelosi’s workplace, simply south of the Capitol Building, and knocked on the door. Without waiting... Read more »

Puerto Ricans are powering their own rooftop solar boom

This story was initially released by Canary Media. Lee este artículo en español aquí. An intense yellow structure with strong green trim hums with activity in Caguas, a city... Read more »

Feedback loops: How the ‘greening’ of the Alps could lead to more warming

It appears like every year a report is launched recording the scale of snow or ice loss in the Arctic. But, what about the environment significance of increasing temperature... Read more »

Democrats and the endless pursuit of climate legislation

Twelve years back, when Democrats managed both homes of Congress and the presidency, the nation teetered on the edge of passing its first-ever thorough climate expense. A set of... Read more »

From the North Pole to the Amazon: 4 new documentaries, reviewed

This week, the Mountainfilm Festival — a yearly event of the indomitable spirit of ecological activists and outside travelers — started in Telluride, Colorado. The celebration will be revealing... Read more »

‘We can’t eat a new road’: Fears over the true cost of Exxon’s oil bonanza in Guyana

This story was initially released by The Guardian and is recreated here as part of the Climate Desk partnership. Anette Arjoon is not anti-oil. The marine conservationist calls the... Read more »

Why Boulder and Flagstaff are enlisting cities to suck carbon out of the atmosphere

In the summertime of 2020, the liberal city board of Flagstaff, Arizona, passed a resolution to attain carbon neutrality by 2030, entrusting the city’s sustainability workplace with figuring out... Read more »

What overturning Roe v. Wade means for pregnant people in pollution hotspots

For numerous pregnant people in Baytown, Texas, there aren’t a lot of alternatives. That’s not simply in regards to looking for services for reproductive health like abortion care, although... Read more »