Trying to capture carbon from emissions doesn’t work, says Prof. Mark Z. Jacobson of Stanford. Put the resources into switching to renewables and go plant a tree, he urges
As world leaders convene for COP25 in Madrid: Israel hasn’t enacted any climate law but settles for ephemeral government resolutions, says environmental watchdog report, explaining why puny Israel’s emissions do matter a great deal
As the COP25 kicks off in Madrid amid global youth protests, only Israel's energy minister will show up as the country's political deadlock continues
Arid Israel and the waterlogged Netherlands have more in common than one might assume and should collaborate, says Carola van Rijnsoever, Dutch ambassador for sustainable development
Contrary to the image the gas companies try to cultivate, natural gas is very damaging to the environment and to public health, the scientists argue
The hotter it gets, the faster bacteria breathe and the more carbon dioxide and methane they emit — and bacteria comprise half the globe’s biomass
Models failed to factor in how massive ice melt will affect the very bottom of the food chain — on which sea life in the Atlantic depends, new paper explains
Water temperature anomalies can cover half the Mediterranean basin and last for weeks, decimating animals and fish – but in deep water, it’s even worse, a new study shows
Greenpeace report shows the Cresud company, whose CEO is a Shufersal shareholder, is responsible for cutting down 1.2 million dunams of trees in the Gran Chaco forest
Blazes come a month after hundreds of homes were evacuated throughout the country over fires amid intense heat wave
Francis added his voice Sunday to the chorus of international concern that the blazes in Brazil will have grave repercussions on the world's environmental health
It takes a world, not a village, to fix the problem we created, but the technology (mostly) already exists, says the architect of the Paris Agreement and co-winner of this year’s Dan David Prize
Nearly half of Israelis view climate change as a minor threat or not a threat at all, a study by the Pew Research Center finds
An oligarch does as much damage to the climate in a day as an average person does in five years, according to a leading anthropologist and environmental researcher. Nevertheless, he remains hopeful
Can the World Cope With Half a Billion Refugees? Philosopher Jonathan Glover Talks Death and Decency
Dan David Prize winner and bioethics expert Jonathan Glover explains why we shouldn’t kill even if life is not ‘sacred,’ how to overcome tribalism, and his mental exercise for Israeli and Palestinian filmmakers
Projections on climate change by 2100 have been too optimistic and emission curbig targets are too low, warn Carnegie Institute scientists
Even the hardy corals reef of Eilat could be in trouble if water temperatures increase, Saudi research paper indicates
Effects of global climate change can now be felt in Israel, where most of the record-hitting hot summer months have come during the last seven years
Orthodox Jewish leaders in Israel call for a Jewish response to climate change, but others in America say it's 'delusional' to think rabbis can influence the government on such a hot-button issue
Temperatures expected to approach 120 degrees Fahrenheit; smaller regional jets cannot fly once temperatures hit 118 degrees
A certain golf course and Nikki Haley show the U.S. president just doesn’t believe in consequences. Après lui, le deluge
Statement published on Wednesday by the Center for Climate and Security claims climate change effects endanger U.S. military operations. It was signed by more than a dozen former senior military and national security officials.
Shailene Woodley, Susan Sarandon and Danny Glover join 1,000 vowing to fight for environmental justice, even though Bernie Sanders won't be driving the Democrats' agenda.
Trump says he considers himself the 'presumptive nominee' of the Republican Party; Chris Van Hollen wins Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate in Maryland; Sanders links Clinton to Trump in latest fundraising pitch.
In East Coast primaries, some align with the demographic trends of their parents, others with their peers. Most categorically reject Trump and express dismay at the toxic electoral process.
Experts are looking for radical new ways to tackle a growing concern, but undertaking operations to prevent such damage has been a major challenge.
VW could face fines in theory exceeding $90 billion - or as much as $37,500 per vehicle per violation of the law, based on the complaint.
Study says trend may have serious consequences for water quality, amount of greenhouse gas emissions from water.
Finally, more Republican voters believe in climate change than in the Evil One. The only problem is: Their leaders are like kids sticking their fingers in their ears and chanting la-la-la to keep out the sound of scientists screaming.