This charcoal-like substance packs carbon into a stable form, making it less likely to escape into the atmosphere.
As the environmental costs of tools like ChatGPT and DALL-E mount, governments are demanding more clarity from tech companies.
Michael Mann discusses what the victory means for the public understanding of climate science—and for bad-faith attacks on scientists.
Local historic committees in Cape Cod are blocking some residents from installing solar panels, citing visual impact on the neighborhood.
COP28 ended with an agreement calling for a transition away from fossil fuels, but critics say it’s too little, too late.
A recent report estimates that climate reparations of the US and UK militaries would reach $111 billion.
Wildfires in the Western US have not only lowered air quality, but led to increased deaths between 2000 and 2020.
The United Nations climate summit will happen for the next two weeks in Dubai—a city known for its oil money.
A new exhibit at Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works museum explores the possibility of a hopeful climate future.