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Ice, Ice Baby

Fred Hogge’s “Of Ice and Men” is a surprisingly loose history of frozen water….


The Missing Mammal That May Have Shaped California’s Kelp Forests

Researchers claim that the behavior of a massive extinct herbivore, the Steller’s sea cow, might inform conservation efforts of threatened ecosystems today….


The Texas group waging a national crusade against climate action

By David Gelles Photo: Montinique Monroe

The Texas Public Policy Foundation is shaping laws, running influence campaigns and taking legal action in a bid to promote fossil fuels….


Taking Back the Mountains

Big resorts are crowded, pricey and exclusive. But some skiers and snowboarders are trying to reclaim their sports by building a culture that is more inclusive and sustainable. Here’s how….


Does Throwing Soup Work? Thoughts on Climate Protests

Climate activists grabbed worldwide attention by throwing food at artworks. Whether it was effective is another question….


Who Pays the Bill for Climate Change?

A plan led by Barbados could remake the way the world of finance deals with the climate crisis….


Balancing Hope and Despair in Turbulent Times

As long as we do the best we can, and appreciate life’s fullness, we will leave the world a better place for our children….


What Is Prince William’s Earthshot Prize?

The charity will award $6 million to five entrepreneurs from around the globe working on breakthrough climate solutions….


Biden Promises Protections for Nevada’s Spirit Mountain

But the president stopped short of designating the ecologically and cultural important region, also known as Avi Kwa Ame, as a national monument….