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By William Brangham, Ryan Connelly Holmes, Claire Mufson, Shoshana Dubnow
A new United Nations science report warned that the effects of climate change are growing faster and more severe than expected. It cited hunger, disease, poverty and other ills made worse by a warming planet and indicated the repercussions may…
By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
The latest IPCC report focuses on the global impacts of climate change on people and nature, plus adaptation options that can help ensure that the planet remain liveable for generations to come.
By Willem Marx
As the global energy transition continues to promote electrification, governments around the world are looking to support businesses that can help them transform their economies, particularly transportation. In the UK, that means funding for all aspects of the electric ecosystem,…
By Mark Pratt, Mike Catalini, Associated Press
Parts of 10 states and some major population centers — including Philadelphia, New York and Boston — were pummeled by the storm. By late morning, more than a foot (30 centimeters) of snow had fallen on parts of New Jersey’s…
By Simona Foltyn
Iraq is at the frontlines of the climate crisis, with temperatures rising twice as fast as the global average. It’s also a major oil producer and the world’s second largest offender of gas flaring, a process that releases CO2. Special…
The contiguous U.S. suffered the largest number of disaster-related deaths in a decade, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said this week.
By PBS NewsHour Weekend
The NewsHour Weekend team selected some of our favorite stories of 2021 on nature, climate change and the environment.
By Suman Naishadham, Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Tornadoes in December are unusual, but not unheard of. B ut the ferocity and path length of Friday night's tornadoes likely put them in a category of their own, meteorologists say.
By Associated Press
The world has already warmed 1.1 to 1.2 degrees Celsius (2 degrees Fahrenheit) since pre-industrial times.
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