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Former Vice President Al Gore discusses how the 2020 field is addressing climate change in light of a newly released U.N. report.
Unchecked climate change and overuse of land are setting up a hunger crisis, a new United Nations scientific report says, but there are steps that can put off the calamity.
Groups like the Sunrise Movement helped pressure Democratic presidential candidates to support the Green New Deal. They are now deciding how to use their rising influence.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg will cross the Atlantic on a zero-emissions sailboat on her way to speak at the UN Climate Action Summit on September 23.
The first of Iceland's glaciers to disappear due to climate change will be memorialized with a plaque, which will be unveiled next month.
Demonstrators from Greenpeace tried to block the wide ceremonial avenue leading to Buckingham Palace on Wednesday as Britain's incoming Prime Minister Boris Johnson was driving up it in a convoy to... meet Queen Elizabeth to begin his term as leader.
The group of activists want Congress to take up a "climate emergency" resolution introduced by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Bernie Sanders.
President Donald Trump has falsely called climate change a “hoax” invented by China, incorrectly suggested that wind turbines cause cancer and dismissed a landmark scientific report produced by... the federal government’s own scientists. His Administration has sought to roll back key climate regulations at every turn. That didn’t stop him from holding an event Monday…
Scientists say carbon dioxide can be used to benefit humanity instead of overheating the planet.
The multi-billion-dollar Emissions Reduction Fund is under review and one idea being considered is to use taxpayer money to subsidise power generators, including coal-fired stations.
The UK will set a new legally binding target to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
When speaking to David Lapola it is hard not to feel both his excitement and frustration. On the one hand, the biologist from the University of Campinas in Brazil is about to oversee the launch of a... pioneering trial deep in the Amazon to see how its trees could respond to increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. On...
The administration even tried to block Rod Schoonover from testifying before a congressional committee but ultimately allowed him to go ahead.
Administration officials said proposed testimony by a State Department scientist amounted to "climate alarm propaganda."
A group of indigenous people from low-lying islands off the coast of Australia on Monday lodged an unprecedented complaint against the country's government, accusing it of insufficient action on... climate change.
At least £1bn a year needs to be spent on defences and some communities may have to move, a report warns.
The UK should reduce greenhouse gases to zero by 2050 and stop its contribution to global warming, according to government advisers.
Australia can't seem to catch a break. The Great Barrier reef is still limping along after being ravaged by heat waves two to three years ago, while the people of Australia just sweated through their... hottest summer on record. Now, authorities are warning that the endless heat has placed a world-class rainforest in...
More than 460 arrests have been made during three days of London protests by the Extinction Rebellion group
Protesters who have blocked London roads and bridges for more than three days say they will escalate their civil disobedience campaign if the British government doesn't step up action against …
We are out of time for waiting, debating and half-measures. America needs bold climate action now. And the only way we're going to get it is if we elect a president who will make defeating climate... change the No. 1 priority of the United States.
Former emergency chiefs from across Australia are demanding the prime minister take action to deal with increased disaster risks fuelled by climate change.
A new study says glaciers are shrinking 18% faster than previously measured
Over 66 tons of frozen fecesleft by climbers on the Alaska summit over many decadesis expected to start thawing out of the glacier this summer.
Between 2015 and 2019, fossil fuel investment by major energy companies dwarfed their spending on low-carbon alternatives