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By Associated Press
He accused the world's 20 wealthiest countries of failing to do enough to stop the planet from overheating. The U.N. chief told reporters Monday that emissions of global-warming greenhouse gases are at "an all-time high and rising."…
By Edith M. Lederer, Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Agriculture is a major contributor to climate change and experts say there's plenty of opportunity to reduce the sector's emissions.
By Michael Phillis, Associated Press
Many environmental advocates acknowledged Thursday that the Supreme Court's decision in the Environmental Protection Agency’s case is a significant blow in the government's efforts to limit greenhouse gases in the short term. West Virginia won the case after a legal…
European Union lawmakers are requiring deeper emission cuts from power plants, factories and planes in Europe while endorsing an unprecedented import tax to step up the fight against global warming.
By News Desk
Oil and gas operators in Texas and a dozen other U.S. states have flared, or burned off, at least 3.5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas over much of the last decade, according to an analysis of satellite data by…
By Matthew Brown, Associated Press
U.S. government regulators for the first time will analyze greenhouse gas emissions from federal oil and gas lease sales on a national scale as the Biden administration steps up efforts to address climate change.
By Jamey Keaten, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
The U.N. weather agency says greenhouse gas concentrations hit a new record high last year and increased at a faster rate than the annual average for the last decade.
By Miles O'Brien, Will Toubman
Air travel is picking up steadily as more Americans get vaccinated. While that's good news for the industry, it's bad news for climate change prevention efforts. Miles O'Brien looks at efforts to reduce airplane emissions and help airlines fly greener…
A historic heat wave is occurring in the Arctic, already the fastest-warming place on Earth due to the increasing accumulation of greenhouse gases. Dr. Merritt Turetsky, director of the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado…
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