Anne Rolfes of the Bucket Brigade talks to Need to Know about the creative deployment of technology in the Gulf cleanup efforts.
At a time when climate change is already making it harder for people in Bangladesh to find enough drinking water, it seems callous to fret about what might happen to premium wines. But there is much more to the question of wine and climate change than the character of pinot noir.
A new report calls global warming the biggest global health threat of our century, and it could result in higher health care costs.
When the rest of the country was waking up to the challenge of global warming, California was already pursing an aggressive program to assess the likely damage.
Most companies seem to focus solely on mitigating changes to the climate, rather than adapting to the future effects of climate change.
What would it mean to apply the established principles of biomedical research to the nascent field of geoengineering?
There’s one area where people are more and more certain that climate change is not only real, but imminent: The world of industry and commerce.
The idea may sound crazy at first, but there is a long and proud history of judges addressing pollution in the absence of environmental regulation.