The movement tasked with helping save the earth is as divisive as anything else. Addressing our differences is the only way to create discourse—and solutions.
Neither is Emma nor Malala. But tell that to people on both sides of the aisle who condescend to the courageous young women who are fighting battles we should be protecting them from.
Most of us spend at least 30 percent of our income on homes, and most of our time at work. While more jobs are going remote, do we even need physical offices?
The consequences of job displacement and income insecurity after a climate-related disaster, particularly for women, has become a more urgent threat than the imminent devastation of our planet.
Environmentally friendly menstrual products are touted as saving millions of tons of plastic each year. But for disabled people they're often painful, even impossible, to use. Is there a solution?
The mainstream media mocks the Green New Deal and patronizes young climate activists while taking money from Big Oil and special interests. Is it any wonder the U.S. leads the world in climate denialism?
We have to prepare this next generation for a world with more natural disasters and threats to their health and safety—and we don’t even know where to begin.
Various state and federal efforts are underway to put a price tag on carbon emissions, but we can't tax our way out of climate change.
Fueled by scientific advancement and a big Exxon blunder, climate liability cases are tearing up the courts. Will they work?
This year's wildfire season is one of the worst on record, and the reasons are clear. Until we can rid climate science of politics, no one will be safe.