Communicating with students via video chat, obliging experts have answered all manner of questions: “Have you researched the lost city of Atlantis?” “Would you rather marry a clam or be a clam?” And this, especially burning query: “Is Jupiter made of farts?”
TV shows don’t usually talk much about climate change. Rosario Dawson's YouTube series does.
Silicon Valley startup SkyCool Systems is trying to drag cooling technology into the space age. Literally: The company is freezing ice cream — and cooling office buildings — using the cold of space.
How do you keep cities cool as the world gets hotter? It's sort of a no-brainer: Less concrete, more jungle.
You've heard of meatless meat and milkless milk. But would you drink beanless coffee? The powers that be are betting on it.
10 undocumented families visit the farm regularly to harvest from beds containing an abundance of peppers, holy basil, and fist-sized tomatoes.
This advice goes out to all the climate-conscious teens out there. And, at least career-wise, I have some good news: There’s never been a better market for a climate-related job.
Back in 2015, a pack of 21 kids sued the United States to try to force government action on climate change. Four years later, that case - Juliana v. United States, or, affectionately, Youth v. Gov - is still tangled up in the courts. And the kids are losing their patience.
If candidates really want to talk about their plans for climate change in front of an audience, they can just head to Iowa.
Summer's finally here, and in case you haven't gotten the memo: You don't want to be caught dead in carbon-intensive fashion right now.