Everyone in the Pacific has stories of times the climate crisis hit our lives. For me, it is the birth of my daughter between cyclones
Organizers for climate justice are making final preparations Sunday ahead of five days of planned actions this week to confront President Joe Biden over the urgent need to declare a climate emergency, ditch fossil fuels, and move swiftly to create a green energy economy that can create millions of new jobs in the process.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with environmental policy expert Leah Stokes about what the Democrats' spending plan can achieve on climate, with President Biden's clean electricity performance plan in limbo.
In California, there is no escape from global warming for many of the species affected and none for the species causing the problem.
Frances Haugen, who came forward accusing the company of putting profit over safety, will testify in Washington on Tuesday
Former Facebook product manager Frances Haugen has accused the company of choosing its own interests over what's good for the public.
US intelligence services said Thursday for the first time that climate change poses wide-ranging threats to the United States' national security and stability around the world.
Having changed their name to distance themselves from nationalistic fans, the indie rockers’ empathic, elemental new album shows they’re still wild at heart
Staff at tractor maker John Deere walked out on Thursday, with other sectors to follow soon.