- USA Show All
‘We are seeing the end of coal,’ says analyst as energy source with biggest impact on climate crisis falls for sixth year in a row.
It’s impossible to live sustainably without tackling inequality, activists say.
Pummeled by fires, drought and floods, California’s Democratic primary voters put fighting climate change at the top of their list of issues for the next president to tackle.
According to a new study, these majestic trees could become a thing of the past if climate change predictions pan out.
American politics is a thicket of local civic and political groups that may resist change.
Well-hidden sea walls, white rooftops, and community programs to monitor for signs of heat illnesses are all part of the strategy for helping the Big Apple cope with global warming.
Partisan gap on climate change is mostly due to older male conservatives.
The city is now the largest on earth to pass such a measure.
“You cannot overstate how big a deal this is,” said one advocate
- International Show All
Neither Dallas nor Houston has hit 100 degrees yet this year, but in one of the coldest regions of the world, Siberia’s “Pole of Cold,” the mercury climbed to 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit (38 Celsius) on June 20.
Qatar, the world's leading exporter of liquefied natural gas, may be able to cool its stadiums, but it cannot cool the entire country.
Climate crisis likely to have supercharged temperatures around world, data suggests.
When the pandemic wanes, a poorer, more divided world will still face the rapidly rising threat of global warming.
Coronavirus: China declares dogs are companions and should not be eaten, signalling possible end to brutal meat trade
Agriculture ministry cites ‘progress of human civilisation and public concern’
Deforestation in the world's largest rainforest, an importnat buffer against climate change, has soared under President jair Bolsonaro of Brazil.
At least 80% of solar modules and panels worldwide are produced by Chinese manufacturers.
A new report from the United Nations found that the world is headed toward climate catastrophe if countries around the world do not reduce their greenhouse emissions drastically and quickly.
Theresa May pledged to pass legislation that will commit Britain to eliminating its contribution to climate change by 2050, making it the first Group of Seven advanced economies to do so.
- Biodiversity Conservation Show All
The ‘amazingly cruel’ move by the National Park Service reverses Obama-era regulations which also affect wolves and coyotes.
Proposed mining of seabed could destroy unstudied ecosystems and disrupt vital carbon-storing functions, says naturalist.
"The species of the world are connected with each other. I think that’s actually one of the lessons, the real reminders, if you will, of the year 2020, as we all live every day with the issues obviously created by COVID-19," observed Microsoft President Brad Smith, during a video launch Wednesday for the company’s latest sustainability push — an ambitious initiative to support global biodiversity.
New data shows example after example of overheating and damage along the 1,500-mile natural wonder.
A new study shows that as rising heat drives some key species extinct, it will affect other species, as well, in a domino effect.
The Seychelles, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, has established 154,000 square miles of marine protected areas, fulfilling a pledge to protect nearly a third of its vast territorial waters.
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