Community members reflect on their carbon footprint

Solar Power Booms in Georgia, Where It Isn’t Mandated

A Rush of News: Behind The New York Times’s Live Coverage

When readers need information immediately, teams of journalists collaborate to tell a single unfolding story.

Athens is only getting hotter. Its new ‘Chief Heat Officer’ hopes to cool it down.

Eleni Myrivili has been tasked with finding ways to help the Greek capital cope with ever-hotter heat waves that are expected to be part of life for years to come.

The Moment is Here: Dramatic Video of Drought and Dryness

From BBC above, Vice News below.

Rare 90-foot blue whales spotted in Monterey Bay – and humpbacks are jumping, too

In a rare spectacle last week, a boat of sightseers on Monterey Bay spotted 90-foot blue…

Caldor fire: crews prepare for high winds that could fan northern California blaze

Chicago: museum to the intersection of racism and climate change

The MacArthur Foundation invited 29 of its genius grantees to showcase work exploring issues of environmental racism.

How is climate change impacting hurricanes?

13 New Books About Pollution — and How to Fight It

By John R. PlattIt’s a dirty world out there — but it doesn’t have to be.That message rings out from a slate of important new books covering the fight against various pollutants around the world. They examine everything from pesticides to air pollution and from mining waste to the trash that accumul…