The climate is changing. It’s time to adapt.

A warmer world will raise sea levels and trigger extreme weather events. You can prepare for these events, and the U.S. will help other countries do that.
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Urban farming: The green answer to city growth?

Pockets of urban land and city rooftops don't need to remain dormant or unkempt. An urban farm or garden can help the environment and beautify the area.
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On this day in May, many commuters will start cycling to...

Grab your bike and leave your car keys at home! Taking part in the annual "Bike to Work Day" not only boosts your health, but also improves the environment.
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Secretary Kerry: ‘We don’t get a second chance’ on climate

"What we do right now, today, matters," Kerry told delegates at a climate change summit developing rules to implement the Paris climate agreement.

Big Brown goes green, wins big

Let’s say it’s your job to deliver about 17 million packages. Every day. In 220 countries. Have you really got time to worry about...
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From lava to solar: These renewables are so hot right now

What type of energy do you use? The five dominant sources of renewable energy range from solar and wind to lava and biomass.
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Electric cars could dominate some city roads sooner than you think

Falling costs for the technology powering electric cars and stricter emissions regulation are among the reasons electric vehicles are becoming more popular.
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Haunting melodies can help you hear climate change [video]

Music has always been a useful tool to raise awareness and prompt action on important issues, and global warming is no different. Listen to these sounds.
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Solar power booms in Africa as new technology rolls out

New solar technology could help provide cheap power to many of the 600 million people in Africa who currently lack access to reliable electricity.