A real plan or just a "climate messaging exercise"?
"Stop using the worst-case scenario for climate warming as the most likely outcome"
The Breakthrough Institute's Ted Nordhaus urges Americans to reject both doomism and denialism.
Discredited 18th-century economist Thomas Malthus still haunts the environmental debate.
A divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit finds the plaintiffs lack Article III standing in Juliana v. U.S.
New proposed regulations from the White House's Council on Environmental Quality would limit how long federal environmental reviews could last.
Maybe. Here's the evidence we have so far.
Activists Denounce Madrid Climate Change Conference Outcomes as 'Totally Unacceptable' and 'Deeply Flawed'
COP25 whimpers to its inconclusive close.
Teen activists are righteously angry—but righteous anger does not produce sound public policy.
Hope, despair, diplomatic equivocation
New York Attorney General Letitia James loses a trumped up fraud lawsuit against the oil company.
Clean technologies can compete (and win) if barriers to participation are removed.
The Climate Debate Should Focus on How to Address the Threat of Climate Change, Not Whether Such a Threat Exists
Even non-apocalyptic assessments of existing climate science counsel in favor of taking climate change seriously
Justice Alito dissents from the denial of certiorari in National Review v. Mann
Is it time to panic?
The "New World Energy Outlook" report by the International Energy Agency suggests global warming is here to stay.
Conservatives (and others) should pursue alternative approaches to the threat of climate change.
Finger-wagging won't overcome the collective action problems preventing action.
Sea level rise is accelerating and marine heatwaves are becoming more common
Her future—and that of the planet—hasn't been "stolen" and the best way forward is through serious policy discussion, not histrionics.
Or, will global leaders ignore them just like they did the People's Climate March in 2014?
Elizabeth Warren Issues Misleading Claim That Three Industries Are Responsible for 70 Percent of Carbon Pollution
One of those industries is just…“industry.”
Plus: occupational licensing, Hong Kong, school choice, social media spies, and more...
Rising temperatures are mostly happening in the winter and at night.
Pestilence, war, famine, and death are all on the decline.
Climate change is a problem, but the end of the world is not scheduled for 2030.
Going vegetarian would reduce a person's greenhouse gas emissions by around 2 percent
At least in the lower 48 states.
Research suggests that inundations are increasing because climate change makes hurricanes linger longer. The good news is that normalized losses from hurricanes aren't increasing.
"We're working hard, maybe harder than all previous administrations, maybe almost all of them."
Worst-case scenarios mislead far more than they enlighten.
The two Democrats' climate action plans reveal a near limitless faith in the ability of government to reorganize the economy.
Michael Shellenberger believes the Green New Deal’s focus on wind and solar is a waste of time and money.