Though climate change persists to the tune of desperate urgency, it must be said that 2015 is ending on a high note.
"The magnitude of what we are dealing with, I don't believe it can only be solved by governments; we need a system change."
California's initiatives are setting the pace in the race to curb greenhouse gas emissions. But not without the opposition of Big Oil.
Advocates for keeping fossil fuels in the ground are demanding of the world what this nation required of itself following the Civil War.
The move is especially bewildering for many, as the president has declared Alaska to be "the frontlines of our fight against climate change."
The EPA released its final rule on the regulation of power plants in an effort to curb greenhouse gas emissions by 33 percent by 2030.
Many are now calling for an ecological civilization as an alternative to more exploitation and extraction, another pathway for human civilization to take.
The Genesis solar plant, costing $1.2 billion, has been hailed as a success, but at what cost?
We have entered a new geological era, in which human action is changing the physical world around us.
It was a picture perfect Sunday for a peaceful march against the most violent instruments of war: nuclear weapons.