A turning point has been reached in the world's bid to curb global warming
An effort to build a scheme involving crop rotation, ethanol and clean cookstoves in Mozambique was defeated by bad roads, old trucks, slow carbon credits, civil unrest and tradition
Divisions within Colorado highlight a long-term political issue that affects many states
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's new synthesis report adds urgency to the need to cut additional greenhouse gas pollution
The virus spreading in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone has led to food shortages and neglect of other devastating tropical illnesses
Plastic-removal machines will enable Ghana's e-waste recoverers to get at valuable metal guts without burning off the exteriors. David Biello reports
The growing popularity of rooftop solar power spurs a utility backlash
A breakthrough in fusion could solve the world's energy problems, but remains improbable. David Biello reports
What rules are in place to prevent pandemics?
Fruit bats are the most likely carriers of Ebola but it is human-to-human transmission that matters most now
Infected gorillas and chimps butchered for meat may be behind Ebola outbreaks. David Biello reports
On October 2, the Boundary Dam power plant in Saskatchewan became the first full-sized coal-fired boiler to capture the copious carbon dioxide that had previously billowed from its smokestack, preventing the greenhouse gas from entering the atmosphere...
Can economic incentives evolve to combat climate change?
A World Wildlife Fund report estimates losses of 40 percent of all individual land and sea animals, and a 70 percent population crash of all river animals, since 1970. David Biello reports
As world leaders gathered at the U.N. to talk about global warming, mayors set about actually doing something about climate change
The Sunday morning rush hour is not usually known for packing people into subway cars like sardines. But September 21, 2014 was not your average Sunday commute as hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers, Americans from across the country and foreign contingents converged on Columbus Circle and Central Park West for the People’s Climate March...
Participlants in the People's Climate March in New York City September 21st hope to persuade world leaders at the U.N. Climate Summit that follows. David Biello reports
Scientists who do not typically take a policy position make an exception for climate change
Contrary to previous estimates, the number of people on the planet now seems unlikely to stabilize this century
Flaming tap water comes from bad wells, and not the drinking-water kind. Folks who live closest to natural gas wells in Pennsylvania suffer ill health.