“We have many more cities like Flint all over our great nation. We have bridges and roads that are in disrepair. Our train system pales in comparison to any other one in any other of the industrialized nations. This is just for starters.”
"This is a huge wake-up call."
Reverend Billy and The Stop Shopping Choir have published two new interactive maps showing where glyphosate is being sprayed in California’s Bay Area and Portland.
There is some good news on the emissions front, and new renewable energy installations are key to it.
Clinton tweeted that she was "not interested in endorsements from people who deny climate science and try to make it harder for people to vote" hours after Koch said it's possible she might be a better president than the current GOP candidates.
Coral bleaching events in 1998 led to a death of 16 percent of the world’s coral. This time it may be worse.
The Paris climate change agreement may be an ambitious and balanced plan and a historic turning point in the goal of reducing global warming, but according to French ambassador to the United Nation, Francois Delattre, - : “On espere, -- One hopes.”
Scientist and Christian Katherine Hayhoe shares how she wins over those who doubt climate change is happening — by not mentioning climate science.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation just denied a key permit to companies seeking to build a 124-mile fracked gas pipeline.
“Save some gratitude for those who preserve life or provide you with the goods of life and stop the overweening, abject displays of mewling groveling at the altar of militarism.”