To Meet Paris Accord Goal, Most of the World’s Fossil Fuel Reserves Must Stay in the Ground

After a summer of weather extremes that highlighted the urgency of limiting global warming in starkly human terms, new research

What We Need Now – Data Justice

It’s time for an exciting new episode by the What We Need Now crew at Greenpeace USA!  Imagine you just

Farming Without a Net – Inside Climate News

The bustle of birds and insect pollinators is the first thing you notice at Full Belly Farm in Guinda, about

Baltimore Aspires to ‘Zero Waste’ But Recycles Only a Tiny Fraction of its Residential Plastic

BALTIMORE, Maryland—Leaders here aspire to create a city with zero waste. But new research shows that Baltimore has only attained

Moving Water in the Everglades Sends a Cascade of Consequences, Some Anticipated and Some Not

The following is an excerpt from Amy Green’s book, Moving Water: The Everglades and Big Sugar, published in 2021 by