Oil firms might pay to use CO2 emissions from power plants, but low petroleum prices could doom the effort
It’s buyer beware all too often when it comes to green certificates
Scientific American spoke with Kelsey Juliana, one of the 21 kids who are suing the U.S. government over climate change
A shallow center made the magnitude 6.4 earthquake more dangerous
Lava flows don't always destroy everything in their path. And we have a word for what survives
The U.S. East Coast is sinking, worsening floods from sea level rise
Marine ecologist Terry Hughes talks about the ongoing bleaching of the world’s most famous coral reef
More than 10 percent of the ice sheet was melting as of April 10, crushing the previous record
Coal provides the economic engine for a small town in eastern Montana
The Brazilian torrent frog has the most sophisticated visual communications system yet documented for a frog species.
There are stretches of thousands of miles of barren interstate in the U.S.
Mining coal in the Powder River Basin is no longer a sure bet
We continue our journey through the USGS database full of delicious Mount Saint Helens photos
Melting ice and shifting rain patterns are causing the north and south poles to drift
An excerpt from Mason Inman’s The Oracle of Oil
Perhaps it’s time to consider other ways of combating climate change that prioritize action
We could use laser light to mask our transits across the sun and thus hide Earth from any intelligent aliens looking for planets to invade
A new model suggests ice loss could raise sea levels further, faster
The man who helped uncover climate change looks back on decades of polar research
Tree-planting crews and people out for a little recreational fun on Mount Saint Helens's south side learn that even when a volcano's blowing out to the north, the south side will also see some pretty intense action...