When global warming leads to coastal flooding, low-income neighborhoods can suffer some of the worst effects. One stark example is in Atlantic City, where people living in houses built on low-lying lands were left out of flood-mitigation projects that benefit…
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
Perry's view is contrary to mainstream climate science, including analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
By Emily S. Bernhardt
The difference between coal and renewable energy is not whether they each pollute, but the forms that pollution takes, writes Duke University ecologist Emily S. Bernhardt.
By Robert Stavins
The announcement by President Trump that he will withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement was based neither on real science nor sound economics.
By Jill Colvin and Jack Gillum, Associated Press
Trump has openly challenged the scientific consensus that the climate is changing and man-made carbon emissions are largely to blame.
By Annie Sneed, Scientific American
A detailed analysis shows how much more carbon dioxide each of Trump’s climate policy changes would send into the atmosphere.
By Nsikan Akpan and Andrew Wagner
What would really happen if we pull out of this deal? What would the Earth look like in 10, in 20, in 50 years without U.S. involvement in the Paris accord? We asked a field of experts.
On President Donald Trump's 100th day in office, thousands of protesters were marching to the White House and across the country for a People's Climate March.
By Dave Berndtson
A crucial water source for northern ecosystems -- arctic river icings -- are slowly melting away with each successive year.
By PBS NewsHour
In advance of Earth Day on April 22, National Geographic Magazine released its latest edition this week featuring the guide, “Seven Things You Need to Know about Climate Change.” It includes facts from scientists about the causes of climate change…
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