Climate change is starving out Madagascar's greater bamboo lemur, a study published Thursday reports in Current Biology.
By Michelle R. Smith, Associated Press
The Environmental Protection Agency has kept three scientists from appearing at an event in Rhode Island about a report that deals in part with climate change.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Sunday, Oct. 22, President Donald Trump continues to push his tax plan, and Buddhists protest ethnic cleansing in Myanmar. Also, a look at whether nuclear power is the right answer to global warming. Hari Sreenivasan anchors…
So far, 2017 has produced 15 major U.S. natural disasters and shows no sign of slowing down. Here's a look at these disasters by the numbers.
Twenty-five years ago, Kate Orff didn’t know what landscape architecture was. Today, her approach to promoting the environment in urban design earned her a 2017 MacArthur “Genius” grant.
By Sophie Quinton, Stateline
As the wildfire season lengthens and the fires become larger and more dangerous — a trend driven by a number of factors, including climate change — both state and federal natural resource departments are spending more time and money on…
By Teresa Carey
Due to human destruction, tropical forests, long considered to be "carbon sinks," now produce more carbon emissions each year than all U.S. cars and trucks combined, according to a study published Thursday in Science.
NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman speaks with Columbia University professor Radley Horton about climate change and flood insurance.
By PBS NewsHour
In June, President Donald Trump announced the U.S. would quit the Paris climate change accord, in which 195 nations agreed to voluntary steps to reduce emissions of gases that cause global warming. Strong opposition to the move came from U.S.
The rally was a demonstration of enthusiasm and political clout. But organizers now hope to turn a march into a movement.
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