As the blazes continue to consume forests and destroy homes, the climate change that spawned them is continuously being denied or ignored by Republicans.
The end of October, a powerful snowstorm hit the East Coast, knocking out electricity for about two million homes and leaving at least three dead.
While much of the talk about "peak oil" can be dismissed as hysterical catastrophizing, there is an underlying reality that humankind must come to grips with.
Comprehensive energy and climate policies, and infrastructure spending on clean transportation, could create 3.7 million jobs in the U.S., a new study shows.
It doesn't seem as if the big industrial nations are serious about trying to halt global warming.
WARNING: "Waiting for Superman," the new film by David Guggenheim, might be injurious to public education.
Global climate change is putting humanity's most basic, most elemental needs increasingly at risk.
There are so many lies being churned out by the ultra-right corporate propaganda machine.
Decades from now, climate scientist James Hansen will occupy a prominent place in our history books, but what we don't know now is whether humankind will heed his alarm or go on with business as usual.
Among the next big things — climate change legislation looms large.