Full story - October 26, 2018
Organic vegetables in the supermarket
Breast cancer rates were 35 percent less in older women and lymphomas were 70 percent less among high consumers of organic food, a major study has found.
Full story - October 26, 2018
Gaza boy pushing wheelchair water
Humanitarian organizations fear the water crisis in Gaza is so acute, it may become uninhabitable by the year 2020.
Full story - October 19, 2018
Green algae bloom in Florida
In Florida, a surge of toxic red and green algae blooms has fueled frustration with Republican Governor Rick Scott.
Full story - October 19, 2018
Satellite mapping image of Hurricane Michael making landfall in Florida
Hurricane Michael intensified from Category 1 to Category 4 in just 24 hours. Furious winds and an 8- to 12-foot storm surge were fueled by warming sea surface temperatures.
Full story - October 12, 2018
John Kerry signs Paris Climate Agreement holding granddaughter
In his new book, "Every Day Is Extra," former secretary of state and Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry writes about his formative childhood years, his legislative and diplomatic work on climate change, and more.
Full story - October 12, 2018
Mexico Beach, Florida, after Hurricane Michael
A new Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report details dire climate damage could occur if global average surface temperatures rise to 2 degrees C from the 1.5 degrees C maximum set by the Paris Climate Agreement. Is it too late to clean up our human-made climate change mess?
Full story - October 12, 2018
brett kavanaugh
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's strict interpretations in previous rulings on environmental law indicate he will not support strong government action on climate change.
Full story - October 05, 2018
Hemlock art installation
Climate change is spurring the hemlock wooly adelgid, an invasive insect, to move further north, and it’s bringing down many hemlock trees.
Full story - October 05, 2018
Coal plant emission
For years, the coal industry has lobbied to shut down the EPA's Office of Children's Health Protection and weaken emissions regulations for coal-fired power plants. They might have just scored a twofer.
Full story - September 28, 2018
Crops were damaged in Puerto Rico
Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico's agriculture sector. Months later, many farmers are still trying to get back on their feet, with the help of friends and volunteers.