As climate change intensifies, architects, designers, and scientists are devising better ways to deal with almost anything nature throws our way.
Maybe we can all just agree on this one?
Conceptual shelters that will protect us all from the perils of our rapidly changing environment: rising waters, extreme heat, rampant pollution and overpopulation
Steven Chu, the new U.S. secretary of energy, is a Nobel-winning physicist and an unabashed advocate of fighting climate change. But can he negotiate the political realities of transforming the energy economy?
Last week was a busy one in Congress for climate legislation. But signals have been mixed
Every day for the next two weeks we'll be unpacking the record behind the rhetoric
Help your friend learn about global warming with gifts that will almost certainly tick him off.
How fish adapt to a warming world is top of mind for governments eager to profit off of a robust fishing industry. Will climate change rule in their favor?
What we have here is a failure to communicate
Maybe. Although some of the ideas aren't pretty
It's all in the dams.
Emphasis on "possible"
Now that the most adorable animals are under threat, surely we'll turn the tide on the warming planet.
In his State of the Union Address, Obama promised executive action to reduce pollution and fund alternative fuel research. Got questions? We'll be at the White House later today to get answers for you. UPDATE: The Q&A; is over now. Thanks for your great questions!
Digging through 55,000 years of African hyrax toilets
A warming world pulls the two factors of tornado formation in opposite directions.
At a speech at Georgetown University, he laid out the basics for how the country will combat climate change--whether or not Congress helps.
A Media Matters analysis shows just 4 percent of recent TV reports and 9 percent of print articles mentioned climate change when reporting on wildfires.