Climate change is at once a slow- and fast-moving story. A Swedish chemist in the 1890s worked out basic physics describing how atmospheric carbon dioxide collects heat. Today, heat records and ominous projections need updating more often than smartphones. Climate stories run the gamut from Earth physics to geopolitics, energy, insurance, investment, technology and behavior. Wherever you live, whatever you do, there’s now a climate angle for you to follow — plus the global one that binds us all.
The Reality of Climate Change
It's the 52nd anniversary of Earth Day, but there's not much to celebrate. Our environment is in serious danger. In this installment of our "Truth Seekers" series, academics, scientists, journalists and activists explore the implications of climate change on Earth, from misinformation to energy usage, sustainability, carbon removal and more. Plus, learn how the next generation is fighting to save the planet.