As world leaders assemble for the United Nations climate change conference, it’s hard to be optimistic towards any radical change in global carbon emissions.
President Joe Biden inspires a new form of patriotism in the United States: one based on pride in our outdoor landscapes and public lands.
Re-emerging fires that survived the winter may contribute to record burning and CO2 emissions.
Buildings account for 40% of total energy consumption in the U.S., compared to 32% for industry and 28% for transportation.
Climate change will mean death outweighs growth, and tropical forests will eventually switch to releasing more carbon into the atmosphere than they take out.
A new study suggests humans, like any animal or plant, have a preferred climate or environmental niche in which they thrive – climate change will shift billions of people out of this comfort zone.