Articles tagged: Environment

“Rock of Ages #7,” Edward Burtynsky by

Photos of Dystopia

FotoFest, Houston’s biennial art photography fair, bears witness to a planet in peril.

FotoFest, Houston’s biennial art photography fair, bears witness to a planet in peril in alternately beautiful and disturbing ways....Read More

wind energy The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily blocked the federal government from implementing new clean power regulations, thanks to a lawsuit brought by Texas and 24 other states. by

Winds of Change

Scare-mongering claims about Texas' electric grid capacity haven't yet played out, despite record-setting winds.

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas says 'human ingenuity' will allow it to integrate record amounts of wind-generated energy into the grid....Read More

The sun sets over Bastrop County, burned trees and barren land marring its horizon. by

The Year in Disasters: Fracking, Fires and Floods

In 2015, we didn't have to fear acts of God — our disasters, fueled by climate change, were man-made.

Climatologists and other experts note that these cycles of heavy rain and intense drought are linked to climate change, which at this point is undoubtedly human...Read More

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