The worst-case scenario for our warming planet — deadly fires, floods, and droughts — will require international cooperation by governments. And nothing less.
Unless people making the equivalent of $109,000 and higher drastically change their habits, the world will be unable to prevent the most dire consequences of climate change.
After spending four years fighting efforts by the Trump administration to roll back protections, groups now want the Biden administration to make it clear climate is a priority.
Biden’s efforts to overhaul the nation’s response to the coronavirus, address climate change, and protect immigrants have broad support—and the vice president is now using that as a mandate to act.
“I will vote for you in the upcoming election,” I told Belle, secretly hoping that I would live long enough to witness her voting one day.
Making the United States more energy efficient could create hundreds of thousands of well-paying jobs, save the planet, and help end the coronavirus recession.
Trump's recent ramblings about birds, windows, and windmills might seem funny at first—but they highlight the president's climate change denial and dismissal of science.