There is a good reason for Putin’s selective telling of the past exaggerating the legacy of Nazism in Ukraine: he fears democracy more than he fears Nazism.
With nearly 4 in 10 U.S. residents living and working near a coastline, the magnitude of the problem of rising sea levels is easy to see. Now add in every other country with a coastline.
The Solar Canal Project is an innovative idea that puts solar panels over the top of irrigation canals—a win-win concept that couples energy generation with a reduction in evaporation of precious water resources.
Wind farms can built to deliver renewable power to the grid and provide surplus power for carbon capture and storage, optimizing this massive investment for a direct climate benefit.
The suppression of voting rights is nothing more than an effort to turn back the clock on the American civil rights movement.
On Feb. 4, 2021, Biden addressed Putin in a statement delivered at the State Department. Biden said that the days of the U.S. rolling over in the face of Russian cyberattacks and interference in U.S. elections “are over.”
More than 3000 more Americans died of COVID-19 yesterday. Time to refocus on the basics: If your cloth mask is comfy and light and feels like you are wearing nothing at all, it probably isn’t doing much to keep you and others safe from the coronavirus.
Unlike previous presidents, Trump refused to negotiate with Congress over disclosing White House records. Instead, he took his fights with Congress to the courts.
With the planet facing increasingly intense heat waves, drought, wildfires and storms, a path to tackle the climate crisis became clear: Transition the electric grid to carbon-free wind and solar.
‘Twas the Night before Christmas' was instrumental in crafting the modern American version of Santa Claus and our Christmas traditions.
Tornadoes and the storms that create them are far below the scale that climate models can predict. So researchers look at the large-scale ingredients that make conditions for them to form.
Even now, discussions during plantation tours among visitors can often turn into visceral debates over whether the history of slavery should be told or ignored.