The Cold Climate Housing Research Center combines "Indigenous wisdom and 21st-century technologies" for sustainable architecture that can withstand the state’s elements.
There are growing signs that leader Scott Morrison will abandon resistance to the commitment ahead of the COP26 Glasgow summit.
The protests around the world come ahead of a major global summit on climate change in Glasgow.
But a cacophony of competing demands is already threatening to divide Democrats.
That hasn't stopped it from becoming a right-wing talking point.
Over 4 million in Texas remain without power Tuesday morning.
The entertainment industry increasingly wants to marshal storytelling to effect change. But saving the world is harder than it looks.
Greta Thunberg's Fridays for Future demonstrations resumed on Sept. 24, uniting climate protesters in Berlin, London, Rome and other European cities.
A new Environmental Protection Agency rule aims to cut the use of a class of greenhouse gases that are hundreds to thousands of times more powerful than carbon dioxide.
President Biden is unwinding Donald Trump’s environmental legacy, while forging his own. The Washington Post is chronicling every step.
Johnson used his unique, colorful rhetoric to plead for action on the impending environmental catastrophe.
A group of philanthropists pledged $5 billion by 2030 to help conservation and protect biodiversity around the world.
Despite what scientists call the ‘yuck factor,’ bugs could be a sustainable secret ingredient for the booming pet food industry.
Proposed $11.4 billion in annual U.S. financing would help “support the countries and people that will be hit the hardest," Biden says, but critics say it’s still not enough.
Beijing’s approach could determine the outcome of a critical U.N. climate summit.
Bezos’s large donations are transforming climate philanthropy — even as Amazon’s cloud-computing business and shipping operations have a significant carbon footprint.
President Biden announced a strategy to combat extreme heat, a silent killer fueled by climate change.
Warmer weather has allowed the pesky bugs to multiply and thwart attempts to slow their spread.
The Dixie Fire's searing heat and soaring flames have menaced California for two months. Here's how what began as a relatively small blaze surged across nearly 1 million acres.
A U.N. analysis released Friday shows all of the new pledges countries have made in the run-up to November’s talks, if implemented, would result in a 12 percent decrease in emissions by 2030 — well short of the 45 percent cut needed to keep the world on track to meet the most ambitious aims of the Paris agreement.
The city’s effort to remove lead pipes shows what’s possible with funding and political will. But along with relief, residents express distrust and exhaustion from years of crisis.