The policy is common outside of the US—and moves the responsibility of waste from taxpayers back to producers.
Soaring temperatures could cause droughts and floods in stressed-out areas.
Watching TV in SD isn’t going to save the planet, but you can push for change in other ways.
That 1913 spike? It's probably bogus.
Nearly 750,000 acres of the US are ablaze right now.
As they struggle with disastrous forecasts, the youth are growing more disillusioned with grown-ups' actions.
The cure for a changing climate could be a stagnant economy.
It’s at least as terrifying as it sounds.
Temperatures are slowly subsiding, but the damage has been done.
Climate-related disruptions in the food supply chain can cause global setbacks.
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