Children born today will face a lifetime of climate change-related health problems, one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious medical journals warns in a report released yesterday.
Nearly 3,000 years ago, the beginnings of an enormous civilization began to spread across the Middle East. By the eighth century B.C., the Neo-Assyrian Empire would stretch from present-day Turkey to Egypt and would become one of the most powerful empires in human history.
The United States hit a milestone in the fight against climate change in October 2018 when sales of electric vehicles passed the 1 million mark.
Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg, who boycotts air travel because of its outsized carbon footprint, announced yesterday that she will travel to the U.N. climate talks in Madrid on a low-emissions sailboat.
When a utility shut off electricity to prevent wildfires in California, community health centers were forced to make a choice: Use their generators to refrigerate lifesaving medications or power their vital medical records systems.
The world is on track for a “continued strong upward march in energy-related emissions,” the International Energy Agency warned yesterday in an anticipated analysis.
Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states considering an ambitious plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars have run into a major roadblock.
Time is running out on plans to build a new coal plant in Kansas. The Holcomb 2 plant, an 895-megawatt unit planned by Sunflower Electric Power Corp., is the only new coal-fired power plant on the drawing board in America today.
When Energy Secretary Rick Perry traveled to Ukraine in May for the inauguration of President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, he carried a list of names that included a Pulitzer Prize-winning energy expert and longtime political donors.
The Weather Channel’s prime-time special on climate change last night didn’t break news on how the 2020 presidential field would approach the issue, but it was notable in the way it presented the debate — as well as for its potential audience.