"Spring is coming" — A pedestrian walks past a pile of snow in Boston.
Global temperatures are going up but that doesn't necessarily mean less snow. Here's a brief explainer of what seems like a contradiction.
Malawians evacuated after devastating floods in late January wait out another deluge at a makeshift shelter. As many as 200,000 people have been displaced and crops were destroyed by what the country's president says is the worst flooding in its history.
The flooding has displaced nearly 200,000 people in Malawi, destroyed crops and brought fears of disease. In a region already prone to flooding, the future may hold even worse.
Britain's National Gallerly sells its soul to the villainous "Man from Shell" is this recent guerilla theater presentation by the activist group Art Not Oil. Fossil fuel industry support of cultural institutions has become increasingly controversial in th
After scoring some big victories in the US in 2014, the movement to get institutions to cut their ties to fossil fuel companies is broadening its focus in the UK to include big name museums and even toy companies.
A new super-efficient vertical farming system is helping increase food security and reduce the climate impact of food production for the 5 million residents of crowded Singapore.
With coal use falling fast in the US but still growing in Asia, western coal producers are pitching a plan to build five big new coal export terminals in Washington and Oregon, but opponents warn of big new environmental risks.