Congress must take action on climate change

For too long, naysayers have been allowed to dispute the need for climate action by arguing that the science is unsettled. It is a tactic that has proven devastatingly costly in convincing many to ignore reality.

The rate of global warming during next 25 years could be double what it was in the previous 50, a renowned climate scientist warns

Former NASA climate scientist James Hansen urged Congress decades ago to act on climate change. Now he says he expects reduced aerosol pollution to lead to a steep temperature rise.

2021 Was a Hot One Up North

Yikes! 2021 was by far the hottest summer on record for land areas in the Northern Hemisphere mid-latitudes… 😵‍💫 pic.twitter.com/qrlDixEHnw — Zack Labe (@ZLabe) September 15, 2021

The Critically Endangered Saiga Continues to Face Fluctuating Populations

“Intensity targets” planned to reduce carbon pollution by Colorado drillers

Colorado must cut carbon emissions from oil and gas by 60% and has proposed untested “intensity target” regulations to get the job done.

Can We Find a New Way to Tell the Story of Climate Change?

The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources receives US Department of Energy funding for refrigeration energy management

Late-Night Shows Are Teaming Up to Tackle Climate Change

Seven of TV’s most popular late-night programs and hosts, including Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Samantha Bee, plan to address the subject on the night of Sept. 22.

Vermont AG takes on Exxon, Shell over climate change in new lawsuit

Upcoming Summit Explores Clean Future for MT Energy