The most resilient cities aren’t the ones that fight the water back—but the ones that absorb it.
In a desert 13,000 feet above sea level, a remarkable man is taking on the global warming challenge—and winning.
The economics of slashing carbon emissions look significantly better than they did only a few years ago.
We’re used to hearing about how much CO2 is emitted from power plants each year, but a new paper argues that this sort of accounting misses the big picture.
Clear away all the politics and rhetoric, and climate change risk is simply a numbers game. And the insurance industry has a lot of skin in that game.
The reality of climate change and sea level rise, combined with the amount of wealth we have built along our coasts, is its own kind of economic disaster.
The Climate Corporation’s hyper-local weather insurance
The science of climate change risk
People’s perception of climate change is heavily influenced by what’s happening with their neighborhood weather
To break down the complexity of climate change, the “world’s first and only stand-up economist” Yoram Bauman (a PhD economist by day) teamed up with illustrator Grady Klein to create T