Jared Diamond: There's a 49 Percent Chance the World As We Know It Will End by 2050
By David Wallace-Wells | May 10, 2019
Jared Diamond's new book, Upheaval, addresses itself to a world very obviously in crisis, and tries to lift some lessons for what do about it from the distant past.
Wildfire burn zones depleting snowpack across West, which fuels more fires and snow loss, research shows
By Benjamin Spillman | May 8, 2019
Wildfires that increasingly plague the American West are contributing more than previously known to the deterioration of the region's snowpack, according to newly published research.
Iceland's Radical Plan to Slow Climate Change
By Andrew Daniels | May 9, 2019
Geothermal engineers are turning CO2 into fizzy water and injecting it into rocks-and it's working.
Why your brain doesn't register the words 'climate change'
By Kate Yoder | Apr 29, 2019
Which phrase does a better job of grabbing people's attention: "global warming" or "climate change"?
From Apples to Popcorn, Climate Change Is Altering the Foods America Grows
By Kim Severson | Apr 30, 2019
In every region, farmers and scientists are trying to adapt an array of crops to warmer temperatures, invasive pests, erratic weather and earlier growing seasons.
The one number you need to know about climate change
By David Rotman | Apr 24, 2019
The social cost of carbon could guide us toward intelligent policies-if only we knew what it was.
The Dirty Truth About Green Batteries
By Maddie Stone | Apr 17, 2019
If we're going to avoid the worst consequences of climate change, we'll need an energy revolution.
New York City Buildings To Face Greenhouse Gas Limits
By William Neuman | Apr 17, 2019
To fight climate change, the city is forcing the buildings, like the Empire State Building and Trump Tower, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Climate-Change Funds Try to Profit From a Warming World
By Tim Gray | Apr 12, 2019
For investors, the risks of climate change are already raging, with intense storms and wildfires leading to property damage and business disruption.
U.S. flood and climate outlook for spring 2019
By NOAA Climate.gov, Edward Gardiner, Alicia Albee, Robert Klein and Bruce Sales | Mar 20, 2019
According to NOAA's spring flood and climate outlook, a wet winter has primed much of the Great Plains for spring flooding in 2019, with major flooding likely along the Red River of the North, the Missouri, and the Mississippi Rivers.