More than 150 countries will commit to the pact, which calls for a rapid end to the rise of greenhouse gas emissions.
Nearly 60 percent of Republicans said they approved of U.S. efforts to work with other nations to limit global warming,
The lesson of COP21 is that we can’t wait for COP22 to solve the climate crisis.
Paris should come up in tonight's debate, if only to ask Republicans about the backlash to their proposal to pull out of the deal.
People are divided on what to make of the rest of the dense, 31-page document.
The deal is a big step forward and at the same time a frustrating set of compromises and omissions.
Keep dreaming of a white Christmas.
Is this the moment that the rise of the oceans begins to slow?
"Our responsibility to history is immense," French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said.
If the precise mechanisms for curtailing carbon emissions—and holding countries accountable—aren’t hashed out in the conference’s final hours, the goal of limiting warming to 1.5 or even 2 degrees is worthless.
The tiny island nation has a lot at stake.
The talks in Paris have been extended an extra day, with a binding agreement on the horizon.
It’s 12 letters long and unpronounceable.
The US and other countries want to set a lower limit for global warming. But will that promise actually mean anything?
Negotiators just took a big step forward in the fight against global warming.
If the people lead, hopefully the so-called leaders will follow.
John Kerry’s promise of $861 million by 2020 marks a final push by the United States to reach a global climate deal.
Saudi Arabians are suffering from the impacts of climate change, but their government is deadset on perpetuating the Kingdom’s fossil fuel economy.
It is one of the few things that can drastically reshape our world, altering it forever
A host of Californian political and business leaders are Paris to tout their state's success as a carbon-slashing powerhouse.
The impact that animal agriculture has on our planet cannot be underestimated.
The Democratic presidential candidate is using crunch week of COP21 to try to upstage rivals Hillary Clinton and Martin O’Malley.
Republicans in Congress need to "just sit down, and forget about politics," Jane Goodall said.