Clouds way up in the stratosphere act like a blanket, trapping heat in the Arctic and Antarctica. That could help explain why models keep underestimating how fast they’re warming.
In her new book, Dust, Jay Owens charts a fascinating history of the tiny particles floating all around us.
Ahead of COP28, a scathing new UN report warns that the world is barreling toward an avoidable catastrophe. It’s a plea for world leaders to step up their ambition.
The Biden administration is announcing $169 million to supercharge domestic production of a device beloved by climate and energy nerds.
The nation’s Fifth National Climate Assessment paints a dark portrait of worsening disasters. But it also points toward accelerating progress and a cleaner future.