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California shut off power grids this week, but not because of clean energy
The state's grid operator has called for building more capacity for wind and solar, not less.
They tried to tame the Klamath River. They filled it with toxic algae instead.
A century of development has fueled harmful blooms along the Klamath River in northern California. Now, the native Karuk tribe and its allies are trying to undo the damage.
Bill Nye says trust in science is key to beating COVID-19 and climate change
Science should be challenged—but putting intuition above expert opinion only exacerbates disasters.
Landowners say pipelines are being constructed in their backyards with little regard for COVID-19
Oil- and gas- pipeline firms have broad authority to build through private property. The coronavirus hasn’t slowed them down.
The US could shift to 90-percent renewable energy by 2035 at no extra cost
A new report shows dramatic benefits for the environment, economy, and public health.
Wacky weather punched a new hole in the ozone—and it could happen again
Earlier this spring, a powerful polar vortex caused a surprising and dangerous rift over the Arctic.
This summer’s severe temperatures could make the pandemic even more complicated
Heat and humidity will send people outdoors, where the risk of catching the coronavirus is higher.
Real-life climate disasters are mirroring doomsday myths—and that’s worse than you think
If people start to believe the end is nigh, they might give up on tackling environmental problems.