The creators of environmental comedy podcast “Sustainababble” discuss the potential and limitations of climate humor.
Cartoon: The proposal
Jill Blutt is a multidisciplinary artist and musician born and raised in New York City who resides in Brooklyn. As a self-taught visual storyteller, graduate of Berklee College of Music, and all-around “Jill-of-all-trades,” her work makes up a vibrant multimedia universe that seeks to romanticize the melancholy and mundane. Carl Kissin performed more than 4,000 shows […]
“I love this work.” Boston-area man finds his calling in the weatherization industry
Energy efficiency jobs are growing rapidly in Massachusetts.
From poop to pizza: Our top 10 funniest radio stories on climate change
We’ve covered some wild ones over the years.
Category 5 Super Typhoon Mawar rapidly intensifies to 175 mph winds
Mawar is tied as Earth’s strongest storm of 2023 and is the third-strongest typhoon ever observed in May.
A new way to test for contaminated water takes hours, not a whole day
Heavy rain can wash sewage into bodies of water where people swim.
What ‘The Simpsons’ taught ’90s kids about climate change
Lisa Simpson tried to warn us.
Cartoon: The reality of real estate
Ellis Rosen is a cartoonist, writer, and illustrator living in Brooklyn. His cartoons have appeared in The New Yorker since 2016. He is the author of the cartoon book “Dink!” and has a weekly cartoon series, “Junk Drawer,” at gocomics.com. This cartoon is part of Humor Week, a week at Yale Climate Connections where we’re learning […]
Cómo climatizar su casa
Sellar las fugas y añadir aislamiento puede crear un ambiente más cómodo y ahorrar su dinero.
Typhoon Mawar reintensifying after pounding Guam
The center of the category 4 storm passed about 15 miles north of Guam, with the stronger southern eyewall affecting the island.
Eight climate comedies for those (too) warm summer evenings ahead
The funniest films about global warming.
The fossil fuel industry is donating hundreds of millions to university climate and energy research
Activists express alarm about the potential impact on research topics and framing.