EV Buying Guide
Information on how to choose the right electric vehicle including considerations such as range, charging, and performance of EVs in cold weather.
Water, Wildfire, and Climate Change
Fires across the West, and particularly in California, are threatening the availability and quality of water for millions of people.
What is Climate Resilience?
Solving the climate crisis isn’t just about cutting carbon emissions. It’s about protecting people from harm.
Tactical Nuclear Weapons
Also called nonstrategic nuclear weapons, they're designed for battlefield use and have a shorter range than other nuclear weapons.
2022 UCS Science Defenders
At the end of every year, UCS celebrates a few individuals who have done something outstanding to defend science, and/or used science in some way to help people and change the world for the better.
2022 Annual Report
How did UCS perform over the last year?
The Climate Action Button
Clicking the button won't solve the climate crisis. But it'll help.
EV Emissions Tool
Plug in your ZIP code to see how clean electric cars are in your area.
Federal Scientists Survey 2023
The latest Union of Concerned Scientists survey of federal scientists shows the powerful, positive effects of strengthening scientific integrity policies under President Biden.
A World Without Nuclear Weapons
We can build a future that promotes diplomacy, environmental justice for frontline communities, and one where we abolish these uniquely destructive weapons.
The Case Against ExxonMobil, Chevron, and other Fossil Fuel Companies
Across the world, fossil fuel companies face a wave of new lawsuits for their role in the climate crisis.
Risks & Consequences of Russia's War on Ukraine
What are the humanitarian costs of the use of tactical nuclear weapons?
Combatting Disinformation Danger
Social media analyst Erin McAweeney explains how disinformation spreads on social media.
Trial By Fire
Forest firefighter and conservation biologist Jon Trapp talks about analyzing wildfires, close calls with endangered wolves, and the urgency of global warming.
Trust But Verify
Science Historian Naomi Oreskes explains why science's social character makes it trustworthy, and what we can learn from science's past.
Meet New Podcast Host Jess Phoenix
In her final interview, Colleen MacDonald passes the mic to Jess Phoenix.