The Global COVID-19 Supply Problem
An unfair vaccine rollout is threatening global health—and could prolong the pandemic for everyone.
Options Texas Lawmakers Are Considering To Prevent Future Blackouts
The recent winter storm and blackouts in Texas brought the state’s aging infrastructure into painful focus. Here’s what may change.
This Biden Appointee Is Bringing Justice To Green Energy
The nation’s first presidential appointee for energy justice talks moving to clean energy, without leaving the most vulnerable behind.
What Has Europe’s Green New Deal Accomplished In Its First Year?
Though the U.S. stalled in its progress toward a green economy, the European Union preserved through the pandemic toward its climate goals.
Laugh Along At Home With The Ig Nobel Awards
While the Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony might seem different this year, its celebration of strange and silly science remains.
What Our Climate Can Look Like Under Biden
Joe Biden has a sprawling plan to combat climate change. But if Republicans control the Senate, how much will he be able to accomplish?
How Indigenous Burning Practices Could Prevent Massive Wildfires
Indigenous peoples burned their land for thousands of years to prevent much larger fires. Why it might be an important part of future wildfire prevention.
Climate Change Is On The Ballot This November
Senator Ed Markey discusses the Green New Deal, and environmental priorities for an election year—and beyond.
Air Pollution Costs More Than Switching To Clean Energy
New research suggests air pollution may cost the US $700 billion dollars—more than transitioning to clean energy would cost.
Are There Jobs In Ambitious Climate Action?
Presumed Democratic nominee Joe Biden has unveiled an ambitious $2 trillion plan for climate change—and the economy. These experts think it just might work.