Crested caracaras used to range no farther north than Texas’s southern tip, but now they’re expanding across the state—perhaps because of climate change and habitat loss.
Surprising statements by oil industry leaders have grabbed headlines. But the bigger change is underway more quietly, among young Republicans.
Unless rapid warming is halted, the teeming reefs of the Gulf will likely be decimated.
I left Texas after the brutal summer of 2011, only to return in time for the hottest September on record.
Falcon Lake hit a balmy 116 while the heat index in Brownsville was an eyeball-melting 128 degrees, nine degrees warmer than Death Valley.
Checking in with nine Harvey survivors a year after Texas Monthly first spoke to them.
It's the Trump administration's latest move to stop addressing—or even acknowledging—climate change at the federal level.
The energy secretary outlined the Trump administration’s new direction at an oil and gas conference in Houston.
ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips among the companies named in suit.
Plus: power reserves dip from coal plants shuttering and Austin commands the cheapest solar.
The outgoing congressman takes eighth place for his refusal to face the truth about climate change.
The current debate is getting downright silly.
The current energy secretary was a big proponent of wind power as governor of Texas. The signs now point to a change of heart.
Rick Perry manages to avoid being pinned down at his Senate confirmation hearing.
Katharine Hayhoe has made it her life’s mission to proclaim the truth about climate change. Can she get the skeptics to listen?
Climate change is caused by emissions, not epistemology.
They seem to happen a lot more often than once a century, for one thing.
A new federal disaster preparedness rule is threatening to withhold hazard mitigation money from Texas if state leaders do not embrace climate change as a factor in weather disasters.
Al Gore may be the public face of climate change, but all around the world, researchers are toiling in semi-obscurity to deepen our understanding of the challenge it poses. One of these is McCarl, a Texas A&M University professor who has spent the past twenty years studying the potential effects…
Can Jim Atkinson change the world?
Facing an energy crisis, Texas is on the verge of a solution that will belch about five billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in the next forty years. Breathe deeply—while you still can.
This summer’s hot topic? Weather.