The National Climate Assessment isn’t just about our future. It’s about our scarcely recognizable present.
One tiny Caribbean island is scrambling to save its coral in the face of global warming.
Millions of Americans are evangelical Christians. Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe is persuading them that our planet is in peril.
This is just the latest in a string of oil-by-rail accidents—and yet the feds are dragging their heels on safety rules.
On the controversial pipeline’s emissions, the paper of record got it wrong.