What the Climate Change Agreement Means for Investors

Following the 2015 Paris Climate Change agreement, investor concern over stranded assets is more widespread than many think.

What Wealth Creation, Social Change, and Mad Genius Have in Common

We’re entering the most cataclysmic decade in human history. 5 things you must do to get ready.

Architect Builds Green Homes out of Trash Just Because

“Anti-environmentalist environmentalist” architect Michael Reynolds hates the words “sustainable” and “recycle.” But he loves building homes that are off the grid, self sustaining and completely made of garbage.

Anyone Else Worried About a Snowless December?

Matthew Rozsa asks: If you don’t believe in global warming, how do you explain our snowless December?

Clean Energy and India’s Forward Momentum

India’s influence on global energy trends in the next 25 years will be significant.

How Much of Your Life Is Bull***t?

We are swimming in a sea of cultural BS.

Renewable Energy Infrastructure Could Save $210 Million in Public Health Expenditure

Very few people have any idea of the quantifiable health impacts of fossil fuel. Switching alternative energy source can save thousands of lives and billions of dollars.

There’s Another Way to Combat Climate Change — But Let’s Not Call it Geoengineering

Geoengineering, or “climate engineering” manages solar radiation and removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Here’s why you should care about it.

A New Way to Spend Summer by the Shore

Climate change might just bring the shore to the vacationers.

Hawaiian Secrets to Save the World

Teaching our children to save the planet by respecting each other and the land like the Hawaiians did.

Desert Farms Could Power Flight With Sunshine and Seawater

What if you could grow biofuels on land nobody wants, using just seawater and sunlight, and produce food at the same time?

“Business as Usual” Life in the United States Will End in Less than 30 Years

Rising temperatures and population growth will combine to create a sixfold increase in the number of people exposed to extreme and potentially fatal heat.

Wait and Pay: Action on Climate Change is Cheap, Delay is Costly

Economic studies on the costs of climate action share a common message: action on climate change is cheap, and delaying it will be costly.

Man Made Climate Change: Yes, it Really is a Thing

So stop saying it’s not.

In a Time of Drought, a Call to Rethink Lawns

Americans love their lawns but are lawns good for America, particularly in drought-stricken areas? A look at our grassy love affair and what might be better alternatives.

‘Overview’: A Planetary Perspective

We’re on a planet that breathes, pulsing with water and soil and love. We’re on a planet that cradles life without demand, turn after turn … We’re on a planet that is running out: out of water, out of air, out of time.