5:44 | Should we pull carbon out of the air with trees, or machines? It’s not as simple as it sounds.
7:25 | Sitting in a row outside of the factory, these giant batteries are the size of freight containers. Powered by vats of iron and saltwater, they’re called iron flow batteries.
6:06 | Do cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin amount to climate arson or a clean-energy boon? Well, it’s complicated.
3:34 | How close are we to a climate tipping point?
2:52 | The United States is rejoining the Paris climate agreement, fulfilling one of President Joe Biden’s earliest campaign promises and generating sighs of relief around the world.
5:31 | We built this tiny model town to show what it would look like if we tried to transition to 100% clean energy.
8:25 | A lot has happened since Donald Trump became president. Here is one presidential term, as told through climate change.
2:44 | We rigged up this bucket to show how 2020’s carbon emissions can hang around for a long time.
3:32 | How quickly do we need to ramp up renewables? Professor Leah Stokes breaks down how the U.S. can meet ambitious clean-energy goals in the fastest way possible — with the help of the humble narwhal.
6:18 | Republicans and Democrats once appeared to agree about climate change. What happened?
4:39 | How much CO2 would a skyscraper save if a skyscraper was made of wood?
5:34 | Six years after Hurricane Sandy, Hoboken, New Jersey, is redesigning itself with an eye toward the storms of the future.
10:30 | Last summer, at the age of 15, Jamie Margolin started a climate group with some other teens. A year later, This is Zero Hour held its first march on Washington, D.C.
1:31 | ICYMI, the IMF released a report on how much we really spend on fossil fuels. The cost? Well, here’s a hint – it’s in the trillions.