Only one action could prevent the world from surpassing 2 degrees of global warming, but does this benchmark even matter?…
More than 150 heads of state and government have converged on Paris in hopes of finalizing the strongest agreement yet to reduce heat-trapping emissions of greenhouse gases. This time many countries committed to action in advance, but there is still…
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
LE BOURGET, France -- Pushing for a powerful climate deal, President Barack Obama called the global talks opening Monday outside Paris an "act of defiance" against terrorism that proves the world stands undeterred by Islamic State-linked attacks in Europe and…
French riot police descended on Place de la République in central Paris on Sunday, firing tear gas on climate change activists who rallied despite a government ban on an organized march.
U.S. passenger airlines could cut carbon dioxide emissions (and travel headaches) at little to no cost to carriers or consumers, according to a new study.
By Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
With a high-stakes deadline two weeks away, President Barack Obama hopes to build momentum on Wednesday for a broad and potentially legacy-burnishing global climate change agreement.
By Nsikan Akpan
Global warming might tighten your wallet no matter where you live, according to a new study from Stanford University.
By Joshua Barajas
This past July will go down as Earth’s hottest month in recorded history since 1880, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Thursday.
President Barack Obama proposed the toughest regulations in U.S. history to combat climate change, with the most significant rule requiring existing power plants to cut emissions by 32 percent by 2030. But the rules face opposition from Congressional Republicans and…
By Laura Santhanam
Climate change might influence attendance at U.S. national parks, which attract 273 million visitors per year and support 238,000 jobs.
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