Follow Our Environmental Coverage
Where to find continuing coverage of the environment at The Times.
Some Far Out (at Least for Now) Energy Ideas
Researchers present intriguing concepts for turning sunlight into fuel, developing flat gas tanks and smoothing the flow of power to the grid.
On Our Radar: Asian Dust and California Snow
Even when two storm systems in the Sierra Nevada carry the same amount of water vapor, scientists found, the presence of dust from Asia in one will cause far more precipitation.
Fracking Under a Historic Farm
A Pennsylvania property owned by an African-American family for eight generations will be restored and preserved with drilling proceeds.
A Snapshot of Drilling on a Park's Margins
A photographer seeks to drive home the proximity of fracking to Glacier National Park.
Q and A: The Angry Economist
Because of its natural gas boom, the United States is ahead of Europe in fixing climate change, the Oxford economist Dieter Helm argues.
A Blog's Adieu
The New York Times is discontinuing the Green blog but plans to press on with aggressive energy and environment coverage.
Some longtime contributors to the Green blog will now be posting to the Caucus and Bits blogs instead, and they can be followed on Twitter.
An Emblem for Puerto Rico's Climate Fight
Scientists fear that native tree frog species in Puerto Rico will go extinct unless action is taken to slow rising temperatures.