Listen to a Changing Planet, Through These 5 Climate Podcasts

Drought Dries Up Computer Chip Supplies

It’s all connected. Wall Street Journal: TAIPEI—The worst drought in half a century is hitting Taiwan, adding strain to an island that is home to two-thirds of the world semiconductor manufacturing capacity during the worst global chip shortage in recent memory. The drought’s impact on semiconductor producers, which require voluminous quantities of water to churn out chips, […]

Travel Boom Coming, Expedia CEO Says: ‘Hotels Will Come Screaming Back’

Expedia Group CEO Peter Kern, named to the role last spring in the depths of the pandemic, now is leading the company as it cuts thousands of jobs, streamlines operations and gears up for travel’s big bounce back.

In the climate change fight, the Interior Department becomes a battlefield

Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson Calls for Milwaukee County to Go Carbon Neutral, Battle Climate Change

Early blooming of cherry blossoms concerns climate experts

Solar farm planned for former coal mine in Buchanan County

Governor lets controversial H315 become law without his signature

In the climate change fight, the Interior Department becomes a battlefield

Meet 12 Columbia Graduates Taking on the Climate Crisis

These students are serious about Earth Day, and doing their part to protect the environment. They are committed to thinking and acting more sustainably.