Dr. Beverly Wright, co-founder of the National Black Environmental Justice Network, has spent decades empowering communities that are vulnerable to toxic chemicals.
And this is only the beginning.
The ruling, in a case many legal experts believed the Supreme Court never should have taken, will hamper the U.S.’s ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The mountain's Nepalese camp will relocate after climate change and erosion, including streams of human pee, have made its current location unsafe.
Peaceful protest isn't curbing the rapidly worsening crisis. Some activists say it’s time to attack the actual tools used to destroy the planet.
Here's a set of tools to help you understand the issues and vote in support of climate reform.
The Sanders campaign could use this opportunity to transform into a pandemic-fighting, world-changing social movement.
Scientists identified more than 10,500 kinds of minerals, nearly double the previous tally, in twin studies that have implications in the search for extraterrestrial life.
Life on a rogue Super-Earth would be difficult, but organisms have been shown to thrive even in very extreme conditions on regular Earth.
The Earth's core and the life-preserving magnetic field it generates are mysterious, and it just got weirder with a fascinating new discovery.
Cities around the world have set ambitious targets to reduce emissions. But the first step for most of them is to actually figure out how much they’re emitting in the first place.
A council member from Lower Manhattan says they “take up valuable storefront space while offering no sense of community to the neighborhood.”
Amsterdam and Rotterdam have banned the “dark stores” while four other cities look to institute similar measures.