Donald Trump calls global warming a "hoax" and his vice presidential counterpart, Mike Pence, calls it a "myth."
South Florida officials "don't have the luxury" to debate climate change—they're already dealing with its effects.
Sowing doubt about fossil fuels' effect on climate change has parallels to the tobacco industry's deception on the dangers of smoking.
Green Party peer Jenny Jones lays out how her party will push for radical policies.
Everything from women's rights to satellites is being used by Mekong locals to address intense dry seasons, wetter monsoons and rising sea levels—all signs of devastating climate change.
The bleaching streak is unprecedented.
Scientists say if we keep burning fossil fuels at the same rate, what we think of as extreme summer heat will become the new normal.
The EU provides these regulations and more to protect domestic environmental laws.
The U.K. has cleaner beaches and natural protection and shouldn't risk the environment by leaving.
An analysis of Peabody Energy court documents shows the company backed trade groups, lobbyists and think tanks dubbed the ‘heart and soul of climate denial.’
It’s a vicious cycle: As the weather warms, the Earth’s permafrost is melting, releasing greenhouse gases that are going to make the planet even hotter.
"The world is going to have to continue using fossil fuels, whether they like it or not," said the energy giant's CEO.
Trump, who has repeatedly called global warming a hoax, is trying to build a sea wall in Ireland to protect one of his golf courses from...global warming.
Coral bleaching is decimating the globe’s sea life, but some experts believe tapping the latest technology could reverse the trend.