On this edition for Sunday, June 17, a policy of separating immigrant children from their parents at the border draws condemnation, and the surprising source of medical marijuana in Italy. Also, unearthing the unlikely love story of a nurse and…
By PBS NewsHour
Antarctica is losing ice three times faster than it was in 2007 as greenhouse gas emissions by human activity contribute to global warming. A study in Nature says that sea levels could rise between three and six feet by 2100,…
By Amanda Grennell
Over the last 25 years, melting Antarctic ice has added nearly 3 trillion tons of water to the ocean, enough to fill Lake Erie six times over.
By Associated Press
Pope Francis told world oil executives Saturday that the transition to less-polluting energy sources “is a challenge of epochal proportions,” and warned that satisfying the globe’s energy needs “must not destroy civilization.”…
By Eric Oliver, Alistair Hobday, Dan Smale, Thomas Wernberg, Neil Holbrook, The Conversation
Unusually warm periods can last for weeks or months, killing off kelp forests and corals, and producing other significant impacts on marine ecosystems.
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, a Virginia environmental conservation organization is teaching local school children strategies to live with rising waters. From the NewsHour's Student Reporting Labs, Ariyail Banks and a team from Grandby High School report.
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
Newly released emails show senior Environmental Protection Agency officials collaborating with a conservative group that dismisses climate change to rally like-minded people for public hearings on science and global warming.
By Fedor Kossakovski
The International Thwaites Glacier Collaboration — a new $25 million mission of a breadth and depth rarely seen in climate science research — wants to nail down a much better estimate of global sea level rise.
Here are major moments from Macron's speech and what they could mean for the relationship between France and the U.S.
By Fred de Sam Lazaro
About two-thirds of India's 1.3 billion people live on small subsistence farms, struggling to eke out a living. Many farmers have felt left behind as crops have failed or diminished due to disease, degraded soil and drought. Not thousands are…
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