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There will be a big, federal-sized hole in climate ambition, but California, Iowa, and Massachusetts, among others, are stepping up.
The streak of record-hot years is about to end -- but not by much.
If we learned anything from 2016, it's that prognosticators can be very, very wrong -- but we're not.
If approved, new rules could threaten the climate and U.S. forests.
An obscure treaty has landed thousands of Micronesian migrants in poverty and homelessness.
Check out these visual depictions of energy, transit, and infrastructure.
Renewable energy continued making big gains.
Here are people who did a rad job of covering climate change and other green issues in 2016.
We're sharing a selection of people that did a rad job of covering climate in 2016.
Advice columnist Umbra Fisk tells you how to green up your kitchen cleanup.
Affordable housing is a national problem in need of a national solution.
No U.S. president has ever overturned a prior monument, but conservatives will fight tooth and nail to make that happen.
They even decapitalized “Earth,” which is just rude.
With the rise of the far right, transitioning away from coal may prove difficult.
There's never been a better time to see atmospheric peril rendered in interesting and attractive ways.
Yep, there's another thing to worry about.
Worldwide, populations are being reshuffled on a massive scale.
Advice columnist Umbra Fisk tells you what you need to know to green up your kitchen cleanup.
Between Trump's cabinet, Jill Stein, and Hurricane Matthew truthers, science has been attacked from all sides.
It was the year of burgers that convincingly reproduce meat’s flavor compounds.