“Climate change” and “global warming” are often treated synonymously, but a new study says that the terms aren’t as interchangeable as one might think when it comes to public perception.
In its most comprehensive report on climate change yet, the White House forecasts the likely, negative effects facing each of the eight regions in the U.S., from drought in the Southwest, to stronger storms in the Northeast. The administration is…
EPA weighs environmental consequences of ethanol with proposed cuts…
The U.S. took an aggressive stance on climate change Thursday at the Copenhagen summit, promising to help raise $100 billion a year for developing nations struggling with the negative effects of global warming. Ray Suarez reports from the talks.
Protesters outside the Copenhagen climate change summit clashed with police on Wednesday as more than 100 world leaders made their way to the Danish capital. Negotiators continue to battle over reaching a climate agreement in the conference's waning days.
Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News examines how mining rare earth minerals -- considered to be an obscure yet profitable industry, is causing a major environmental dilemma in China.
Efforts to craft a climate change deal in Copenhagen are moving slowly as world leaders clash on key issues. Ray Suarez reports from the Danish capital.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks go over the week's headlines, including President Obama's upcoming Afghanistan announcement and his promise to curb carbon U.S. carbon emissions.
Ray Suarez speaks with climate experts about what to expect from President Obama's trip to the Copenhagen climate change summit next month.
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