Climate change deniers argue that the frozen storms battering America have nothing to do with the arrival of hell on Earth. But destabilizing intensity on either end of the weather spectrum is our new normal, and we better get used to it.
When people first started writing this stuff, they didn’t call it science fiction.
Subway has managed to carve out a lucrative niche in a perfect storm of fast food and economic recession.
By the time The Age of Stupid‘s flashbacks are over and the viewer is stuck in a ravaged 2055, the urge to do something immediate is palpable and powerful.
The economic valuation of land and water has increased in concurrence with both price commodities and the ravages of climate change, whose droughts, wildfires and other extreme environmental events are quickly shrinking what’s left of the planet’s arable land and clean water
The way California is currently wasting water — on elaborate lawns in Beverly Hills, on cow death-camps in the San Joaquin Valley, on whatever — it either doesn’t know where its water comes from or simply doesn’t care.
Unfortunately, you can usually find H2S whenever and wherever you’ve got mass extinctions.
It started with a joke, but quickly went viral everywhere from the South China Sea to the White House.
Those who would argue that these are isolated events do so at their own peril. The more time passes, the more both examples of extreme weather resemble two sides of the same fearsome coin known as catastrophic climate change.
Let’s be real: Barack Obama can’t change the world on his own.
How does the robot pack decide which human is cooperative and which is not? Welcome to the wonderful, dystopian world of defense pork.
Water wasters might want to get to work on finding a new state. Of mind, if possible.
Having your cake on climate crisis, fossil fuel addiction, eminent domain, water privatization and corporate earnings — and eating it too.
Dry lightning strikes in June might be “climatologically rare” now. But thanks to human-induced global warming, they will soon be utterly logical.
The ecological impact has been felt in the Niger Delta, which is the oil-producing region. According to the World Wildlife Fund, it is one of the most polluted places on the face of the Earth.
To mangle the cliche, the evil is in the details.