Flash floods and water contamination after large-scale wildfires are emerging as real hazards in Australia and many other places, threatening drinking water, ecosystems, infrastructures and recreational activities.
On November 28, 2015, Roger Majano, plagued by a noxious smell overwhelming his Los Angeles neighborhood, heaved a jackhammer onto the walkway...
“The saddest thing is that this won’t be breaking news. And basically no one understands the full meaning of this.”
"My hope is that Louisville’s accomplishment will become a model for cities throughout Kentucky and an impetus for changes in state policy..."
“Moving our energy generation sector from fossil fuels to renewables is an essential step towards preventing catastrophic climate change and protecting our health.”
Whether this latest E.U. analysis will help finally turn the world's attention on this trans-Atlantic blind spot remains to be seen.
The White House’s 2021 federal budget proposal eliminates several important programs and slashes funding for others—like the Endangered Species Act.
Conservationists are convinced that the opening up of indigenous lands to economic exploitation would inevitably lead to extensive deforestation and to the contamination of Amazonian rivers.
“It is such an honor to have a piece of our culture preserved forever. Generations from now, these seeds will still hold our history and there will always be a part of the Cherokee Nation in the world.”
David Wallace-Wells’s new book on climate change offers a powerful warning, but misses the mark on the importance of small, individual efforts.