Toxic Algae Blooms Have Become More Intense Over Last 30 Years

A new study out Monday seems to confirm an unpleasant reality: Potentially toxic algae blooms.

Could Electrical Equipment Be Behind the Saddleridge Fire?

In Northern California, utility PG&E cut power to hundreds of thousands amidst a wildfire weather.

Typhoon Hagibis Is Japan’s Latest Billion-Dollar Disaster

Typhoon Hagibis may now be a swirl of clouds near Alaska, but its impacts on.

UK Passes Major Renewable Energy Milestone—But There’s a Catch

It’s been an eventful year for carbon-free energy in the UK. First, Great Britain went.

‘We Are Nations:’ What Environmental Justice Looks Like For Indigenous People

Climate reporting often overlooks indigenous peoples’ position on the front lines of the climate crisis..

Advisory Board Members Axed by Trump’s EPA Are Preparing Their Own Pollution Report

Twenty experts who formerly served on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee.

Undocumented Workers Exploited in Hurricane Michael Recovery

Mario used to work. A lot. Twelve-hour workdays and seven-day workweeks are kind of the.

California Power Outage Wreaks Havoc at Research Labs

Science laboratories in northern California are scrambling to protect precious supplies, samples, and lab animals.

Greta Thunberg Didn’t Win the Nobel Peace Prize. Good.

On Friday, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Ethiopia Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali..

Google Is Funding Groups That Deny Climate Change

Despite all it’s evidently performative public-facing climate change initiatives, Google is forking over “substantial” contributions.