Using Google Street view cars and rooftop sensors, scientists are mapping pollution block by block in California. Now they think their tech is ready for primetime. The post A Race to Develop Pollution Sensing Tech Plays Out in Oakland appeared first on WIRED.
Documents suggest former Oklahoma AG followed lobby group's guidance on challenging environmental regulations. The post Emails Reveal Close Ties Between EPA Boss Scott Pruitt and Fossil Fuel Interests appeared first on WIRED.
California just got $558 million in drought relief. Also, a potential death sentence for its endangered fishes. The post The Drought-Busting Bill Congress Just Passed Might Screw the Endangered Species Act appeared first on WIRED.
While America was watching Donald Trump sweep the polls, climate representatives from over 200 countries were watching America's commitments to international climate goals blow away. The post America's Brief Role as a Climate Leader Is Probably Over appeared first on WIRED.
During an unusually hot summer this year, researchers in Siberia stumbled upon fifteen of these oddly bouncy patches of grass. The post There's a Good Explanation for This Bouncy Patch of Grass in Siberia appeared first on WIRED.
When lease sales for offshore oil and gas drilling are held online, environmental protesters won't have a place to protest. The post Fossil Fuel Industry Finds a New Way to Stymie Protests appeared first on WIRED.
Before several hundred sailors and windsurfers begin to compete in Rio on August 8, floating streetsweepers are trying to clean up the waters. The post The Mad Dash to Clean Up Rio's Guanabara Bay Before the Games appeared first on WIRED.
In this exclusive WIRED interview, Al Gore weighs in on the presidential election, the Iraq war, and, of course, the ongoing battle against climate change. The post 10 Years After An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore May Actually Be Winning appeared first on WIRED.