The climate impact no one can ignore: A dead phone
Democrats in Congress are moving to force telecommunications companies to strengthen their wireless networks to better maintain service during disasters. It sets up a potential clash with the industry.
Bold actions needed to head off 'severe' risks — report
National security experts urged the elimination of all greenhouse gas emissions in a report yesterday that warns of international catastrophe if the global temperatures continue to rise on their current trajectory.
Judge: Harvey flood unmatched since 'life of Jesus'
A federal judge ruled that the Army Corps of Engineers had no legal obligation to protect Texas property owners from the massive flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey in 2017, calling the damage "an act of God ... that the government could not conceivably have controlled."
Farm groups unite to oppose climate rules
Leading agriculture groups have formed an organization to fight potential climate regulation and to promote the sector's own work in conservation and curbing greenhouse gas emissions.
Many Americans wary of climate-friendly diet — survey
Advocates for climate-friendly eating face several barriers in their quest to convince people to replace meat diets with ones based on fruits, vegetables and artificial meat.