A survivor’s guide to mitigation, adaptation, and suffering.
Seoul had a solution to the world’s energy problems. Then everything went wrong.
Holly Jean Buck is a fellow at UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. This is an adapted excerpt from her upcoming book After Geoengineering: Climate Tragedy, Repair, and Restoration (September 2019, Verso Books).
The social cost of carbon could guide us toward intelligent policies—if only we knew what it was.
Rising temperatures will endanger the US corn belt, a key source of calories for the growing global population.
Unprecedented wildfires are breaking out all over the world. Is Australia leading the way in fighting them?
No matter how fast the country builds new solar and wind farms, that alone won’t be enough.
The bad news is that our slow-motion ecological catastrophe demands new ways of thinking. The good news? We’ve faced the end of the world before.
Droughts and floods have pushed the nation’s leaky, polluted, and half-done water systems to the brink.
A science-fiction story about America in the age of climate change.