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By Sibi Arasu, Associated Press
The Indian government’s flagship program to encourage individual and collective action on climate was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the United Nations Secretary-General on Thursday.
By Frank Jordans, Associated Press
Environmental campaigners are welcoming moves by insurance companies to exclude coverage for fossil fuel projects because of climate change. More than a dozen groups that track the industry say more than half of top insurers have adopted policies against coal,…
By Stephanie Sy, Lena I. Jackson, Ryan Connelly Holmes
The Great Salt Lake in Utah is the largest body of water in the western hemisphere without an outlet to the sea. Its levels fluctuate naturally, but scientists say the record-low water levels the lake has seen in recent years…
By Josh Boak, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Administration officials have teased that additional oil can be released from the U.S. strategic reserve as part of a response to recent production cuts announced by nations in OPEC+.
From destructive wildfires to floods that threaten grape and grain harvests, climate change is altering the nature of wine and spirit production around the world. Food and travel writer Brian Freedman's new book, "Crushed," captures how growers and producers are…
By Drew Costley, Associated Press
As climate-related disasters become more common and more severe, most countries in the world are “neglecting their obligations to respect, protect, and fulfill the rights of persons with disabilities in their responses to the climate crisis,” according to a June…
By Associated Press
President Joe Biden thanked the nation's firefighters Tuesday during a virtual address to the Summit on Fire Prevention and Control.
Germany's foreign minister says her country wants the huge economic damage resulting from global warming to be discussed at this year's United Nations climate talks.
Widespread drought that dried up large parts of Europe, the United States and China this past summer was made 20 times more likely by climate change, according to a new study.
By Munir Ahmed, Associated Press
Pakistan's Finance Ministry says the Asian Development Bank will provide $2.5 billion in aid to the impoverished flood-affected country, where climate-induced deluges of rain have killed nearly 1,700 people since-mid- June.
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