As a leader in higher education, you can inspire your campus to chart a new course on climate.
We detail six ways to break out of sustainability silos that can impede our climate progress.
As we close out the year, academics and environmental experts share with us what makes them hopeful about climate action in 2016.
2015 was an incredible year for the climate movement, with leaders in every sector speaking out and demanding climate action. Here are 11 of our biggest milestones.
The successful campaign against the Keystone XL pipeline embodies three important lessons we must keep in mind to meet our climate challenges in 2016 and beyond.
2015 may mark a turning point for climate. Global, national, and local actions by bold climate leaders are taking hold, and increasing hope for an even stronger 2016.
How can we overcome flaws in cause-and-effect thinking to take action on climate mitigation?
Hampshire College, in Amherst, Massachusetts, is setting a green example for the rest of us to follow.
Gas prices in the U.S. have been on the decline for months now. What does this mean for climate action? The director of the University of Michigan's Energy Institute shares his thoughts.
The so-called nuclear "solution" to climate change is counterproductive to healthy climate action.
When it comes to climate action, partnerships and collaboration are more necessary than ever. How can higher ed foster collaborative solutions to our climate challenge?