Democrats will have to choose between greatly watering down all of their policies or giving up on some big promises.
Perfect for celebrating Earth Day.
A story from Tiny Nightmares: Very Short Tales of Horror, edited by Lincoln Michel and Nadxieli Nieto.
Here's An Excerpt From The Dystopian Cli-Fi "The New Wilderness." Read Along With The BuzzFeed Book Club.
In this excerpt from The New Wilderness, the group tries to ford a dangerous river.
From Dorothy Wordsworth's early 19th-century journals to Carolyn Finney's interrogation of "wilderness is whiteness" — these women changed the nature writing game.
It’s easy to feel helpless in the face of climate change, but how you spend your money can make a difference.
When Yale University quizzed US adults on the facts, most of them got a failing grade. How do you compare?
From Naomi Klein to Barbara Kingsolver, these authors explain the consequences of our warming planet — and imagine its future.
When the US government is doing nothing to stop climate change, do your personal choices even matter? Here’s how climate scientists are — and aren’t — changing their lives.
“There is no sign of religious people saving us from climate change.”
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.
This summer I confronted an unsettling question: Why bother being kind to my body or saving for the future if there isn’t even going to be a future?
Growing up Mormon, I was taught that having babies is part of God’s plan. Today, I believe that humans owe it to each other (and the world) not to.
I was a 10-year-old in Kiev when the Chernobyl explosion destroyed my faith in my country and my family. Now I wonder if history is bound to repeat itself.
We don't need to be on board with the extreme actions of characters in First Reformed and The Overstory to feel some empathy for the desperation that drives them.
As someone who loves traveling and going outdoors, I struggle with balancing my hopefulness and my despair — and my culpability — regarding an imperiled earth.
People move to the Pacific Northwest to be near incredible natural beauty. But each year, wildfires and rising temperatures are making it harder to go outside.
What we saw in California this year is unlike anything that has come before. But odds are we’ll see it again.
While urban Indians like me run our own home into the ground, the 50% foreign community of Auroville has turned barren land into a lush forest. For more on this story, watch Follow This on Netflix.
As we head for the edge of a climate change cliff, neoliberal market capitalism is chewing up the biosphere and the lives of everyone in it. But it’s not too late to act.
Climate change is making the work of wildland firefighters more grueling each year, leaving them traumatized: "Everyone knows or knows of someone who has died by suicide.”
Officials from both countries have worked together to find and rescue one-horned rhinos swept across the Indo-Nepal border by this year's monsoon floods.
The sunshine and stability that made Los Angeles so appealing when I moved here also made it easy to lose track of time. This winter, I found it again.
A Dangerous Wildfire Forced Thousands Of People To Flee Lake Tahoe, And Firefighters Are Blaming Climate Change
"What seemed exceedingly unlikely a few weeks ago is happening," UCLA climate scientist Daniel Swain said.
A new climate model shows the frequency of huge hurricanes skyrocketing as the planet warms.
Elephant seals, narwhals, and leopard seals are helping with research that could save their habitat.
At least 22 people were killed after flash floods in Tennessee this weekend. Others are still missing.
Internal memos show that activists of color within the Sunrise Movement have privately alleged mistreatment for years — as the climate group publicly fought for racial justice.
Lizzie Johnson’s new book about the 2018 Camp fire in Northern California chronicles our nightmarish present — and future — with climate change–driven massive wildfires.
Haulover is slated to be dredged by the US Army Corps of Engineers, with the beach-quality sand being moved to shore up nearby Bal Harbour Beach.