Europe Goes Dark
How Germany is preparing its extensive solar power network for a total solar eclipse.
Scott Walker Is the Worst Candidate for the EnvironmentIt’s a tough call, but the Wisconsin governor edges out the others when it comes to energy and pollution.
The Year We Finally Started to Do Something About Climate ChangeExtreme weather, climate denial, and some hope.
Taking Research for GrantedTexas Republican Lamar Smith continues his crusade against independence in science.
The Puffin Cam Will Break Your HeartWill this year’s chicks be able to choke down strange new fish from the Gulf of Maine?
Creationists and Climate Skeptics UniteWatch politicians say there’s no such thing as climate change because of God.
Before and After in Breezy Point, QueensA year after Hurricane Sandy, rebuilding continues, but the neighborhood faces a new threat from Congress.
Your Refrigerator Is Heating the AtmosphereBut a little-known accord struck at the G2-0 summit may soon change that.
Australia’s Extraordinary Political Drama Over Climate ChangeWill another prime minister be toppled on Saturday?
This Sinkhole Is Swallowing Trees WholeEerie video from the site of a 24-acre sinkhole in rural Louisiana.
Map: Places That Will Flood More Often Due to Global WarmingProjected changes in flood hazard areas by 2100, mapped.
Inside YingliBehind the logos on the World Cup sidelines, a solar-panel manufacturer is trying to change the world.
Why Should Evangelical Christians Care About Climate Change?Here are five reasons from an evangelical Christian climate scientist.
Drought Is Coming for Your BeerUnlocking the barley genome could help prevent a brewing catastrophe.
The Singing, Anti-Fracking Nuns of KentuckyThe unlikely activism of sisters who have lived on remote land for 200 years.
Washington Is Outdoing California and Texas in Renewable EnergyRenewable-energy consumption by state.