Climate Week

Hurricanes are shaping lizard feet all over the world

New study shows that lizards evolve and maintain wider toepads to survive hurricane winds

A version of this article originally appeared on Covering Climate Now

A Climate Change: An Unstoppable Movement Takes Hold

The Secretary General of the United Nations weighs in on climate action

Climate change is heartbreaking. We can turn that pain towards action

Speaking with Katharine Wilkinson about Project Drawdown, intention, and different kinds of environmental heartbreak

Mary Annaïse Heglar's writing on climate change is a "punch in the gut" — and that's by design

There's room for both emotion and fact as humanity deals with the uncertainty of a warming planet

Climate strikers send a message: "Put your planet and its people over profit"

"We are supposed to be the 'leaders of tomorrow', but are being forced to become the leaders of today because our current leaders refuse to hear our cries"

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We can talk about climate change with stories of kindness, fairytales, and hope

Speaking with Kate Marvel about the importance of — and the nuances involved in — talking about climate change

The water supply for billions of people is drying up

The cryosphere is melting, sea levels are rising, and oceans are acidifying, says upcoming IPCC report