Science Day at COP27 Shows That Climate Talks Aren’t Keeping Pace With Planetary Physics

A new report warns that the “myth of adaptation” is putting millions of people at risk.

Bob Berwyn - 11-14-2022


New EPA Proposal to Augment Methane Regulations Would Help Achieve an 87% Reduction From the Oil and Gas Industry by 2030

Steep reductions methane emissions are among the most important steps for slowing climate change in the short term.

Phil McKenna - 11-14-2022


Changing climate is costing New Mexico billions of dollars, study says

Weather-based disasters and duress have cost New Mexico $5.3 billion in the past 42 years.

Scott Wyland - 11-05-2022


Why the Feared Wave of Solar Panel Waste May Be Smaller and Arrive Later Than We Expected

Improvements in solar panels mean we need to change expectations about when they’ll need to be repurposed or recycled.

Dan Gearino - 11-07-2022


How Climate Change Influences Temperatures in 1,000 Cities Around the World

A new tool can tell you how big an impact climate change had on the temperature in those cities on any given day.

Katelyn Weisbrod - 10-31-2022

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A New Report Suggests 6 ‘Magic’ Measures to Curb Emissions of Super-Polluting Refrigerants

The chemicals are thousands of times worse for the climate than carbon dioxide over the near term.

Phil McKenna - 10-24-2022