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How Extreme Heat Will Impact India’s Election

Since 1996, India’s general elections—which occur every five years in sequential phases by regions carefully staggered by the Election Commission of India—have been held...

Top European Court Hands Swiss Women Landmark Climate Win

STRASBOURG, France — Europe’s highest human rights court ruled Tuesday that its member nations must protect their citizens from the consequences of climate change...

March Was the Warmest Ever—and 10th Consecutive Month to Set Heat Record

For the 10th consecutive month, Earth in March set a new monthly record for global heat—with both air temperatures and the world’s oceans hitting...

The IRA’s New Conventional Wisdom

When the Inflation Reduction Act was first up for consideration in 2022, it received scant support from corporate America, including the oil-and-gas sector. So...

How We Chose the 2024 TIME Earth Awards

When we introduced the Earth Awards last year, our goal was to highlight individuals whose actions have had an indelible impact on global efforts...

Why Gabriela Hearst Considers Sustainable Fashion to Be the Ultimate Luxury

When Gabriela Hearst launched her namesake brand in 2015, one of the pillars of her design was a resolute commitment to sustainability. It was...

John Kerry’s Four Decades of Raising Climate Awareness on the World Stage

Sitting in a taxi in Munich in February, stuck in traffic, John Kerry wrestled with an idea. The U.S. climate envoy was in southern...

The Oil and Gas Industry Wants ‘Energy Transition’ to Mean More Fossil Fuels

When I first started attending CERAWeek by S&P Global, perhaps the world’s most influential energy conference, many attendees treated the phrase “energy transition” almost...

Cherry Trees From Japan to Washington D.C. Are Blooming Earlier Due to Climate Change

Iconic cherry trees in Japan and the U.S. are blossoming earlier as climate change brings warmer temperatures, upending a fixture of the spring calendar...

EPA Tightens Limits on a Cancer-Causing Chemical Used to Sterilize Medical Equipment

WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency is imposing stricter limits on a chemical used to sterilize medical equipment after finding a higher-than-expected cancer risk...

America’s Grid Isn’t Ready for the Green Transition

(To get this story in your inbox, subscribe to the TIME CO2 Leadership Report newsletter here.)Michael Polsky, the founder and CEO of renewable energy...

How Our Electric Grids are Blocking a Climate Revolution

The biggest and dirtiest secret of the energy market is that most of it is lost in generating, transmitting, distributing, and using it. Solving...
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