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Ethereal Fog Sculptures Are Rolling Through Boston’s Parks

Fujiko Nakaya’s vaporous creations respond to wind, humidity, temperature, and dew point, making visible the invisible forces all around us.

California Makes a Clean Break—from Carbon Pollution

What does it mean for a state that’s bigger and wealthier than many countries to commit itself to clean energy? It could end up meaning the world.

The Bullfrog Is the “Great White Shark” of Arizona’s Wetlands

Conservationists and ranchers are teaming up to drain the swamp (literally) so they can kick these invasive croakers out and save the state’s leopard frogs.

The Oil and Gas Industry Wants Us to Protect It From Climate Change

Seriously. It’s asking American taxpayers to fund a 60-mile seawall along the refinery-heavy Texas Gulf Coast.

Street Art and Augmented Reality Get Real About Climate in Miami

Linda Cheung’s innovative Miami Murals project is blinging out the topic of climate change.

Week 83: The Grim Details of Trump’s “Climate” Plan

The new proposal would take us backward on climate, tilt the grid toward coal, and actually kill people.