It recognizes the need for diverse, often decentralized, policies, write John Prescott and Andrew Hammond.
Environmental groups are bracing to fight back against a transition team led by a climate change denier, and they insist the American public is behind them.
If the federal government ignores climate risks, responsibility must fall to state and local governments.
State-by-state guide to the contests and ballot initiatives that will have an effect on the future of climate policy.
United Nations climate talks will likely be tabled to allow more time for countries to pass the agreement.
For the first time, nations across the world have joined together for a legally binding common cause.
Sharks and whales help reduce the levels of carbon dioxide production.
Eighty-nine percent of insurance companies surveyed were judged as being deficient in their approach.
Droughts make conflicts more likely but their impact is limited.
Legally binding deal will give developing nations more time to reduce the use of factory-made hydroflourocarbon gases.
Trump supporters can’t name one scenario that might help mitigate the effects of climate change.
Ninety-three million Nigerians do not have reliable access to electricity.
Some say Hurricane Matthew, which slammed Haiti and is headed towards the U.S., is the sort of menace that will be more common due to the effect of climate change on rising sea levels.
Climate change and noise pollution could silence cod and haddock chatter.
A former NASA climate scientist says the “young people’s burden” is spreading like cancer.
Trump's willing to 'say anything at all—no matter how ridiculous or dishonest—to justify the know-nothingism of his base,' says president of the Niskanen Center.
The research looked at the ability of 236 grass species to adapt to climate change.
Thirty-one countries formally ratified the Paris climate change agreement on Wednesday.
With 60 countries signed on to the Paris deal that aims to limit the global temperature rise, the first threshold has been reached.
The SEC is investigating whether the oil giant ignores or lies about how market fluctuations affect its profits.
World leaders met last December to set a goal for the rising temperature issue, and in order to meet that goal, the last gasoline car must be sold by roughly 2035, according to the CAT report.
The fight to hold ExxonMobil responsible for its climate change denial keeps stalling.
One fifth of Marshall Island's population left between 1999 and 2011. Rising seas may push out the rest.