It turns out there’s no place you can be truly “safe” from coronavirus — or climate change, for that matter.
So maybe it won’t destroy all humans.
Roy Scranton reviews two new books by Bill McKibben and David Wallace-Wells, examining why they don't go nearly far enough.
Environmental journalist Emily Atkin hopes public pressure over the pandemic will be a model for forcing governments to act
Vitalik Buterin, the face behind the third largest cryptocurrency Ethereum commented on a twitter post that he doesn’t believe in Bitcoin [BTC]’s Proof-of-Work [PoW], which led to arguments ...
Unless steps are taken to check global warming, up to 3 billion people will find themselves in areas too warm for human comfort, a new study finds.
Climate change will mean one emergency after another, year after year, as heat waves, floods, fire and storms blow cascades of failures through our systems.
"It is worse, much worse, than you think." That's how author David Wallace-Wells' new book "The Uninhabitable Earth" opens.
We need to launch a massive effort in basic research to find new technology to deal with climate change
When it comes to the spread of COVID-19, personal choices matter. One infected person staying home instead of going out could save thousands of lives.
And why COVID-19 has launched a response that the climate crisis couldn't.
What would a fast, coordinated, collective response to climate change look like?