A new study found only about 6 percent of pandemic recovery spending by G20 countries was used in areas that cut greenhouse-gas emissions.
Bone fragments found in Italy were revealed to be from an ancient gray wolf that lived over 400,000 years ago.
Ian Redmond, a tropical field biologist and conservationist, told Newsweek wildlife was a keystone to ecosystems around the globe.
Donald Trump made a number of announcements and comments at the Conservative Political Action Conference, ranging from Ukraine to climate change.
A study comparing present-day wolves in Yellowstone with Alaskan wolves 50 years ago suggests their behavior and feeding habits may be changing.
Climate change allegory "Don't look up" tells of scientists trying to warn an apathetic public about a planet-killing comet.
This special Newsweek series explores the economy of the future, with breakouts on what is next for capitalism, robotics, free trade and climate change.
We explore the challenges of climate change including political unrest, rising fuel prices and new sources of fuel as Dorie Clark and Dr. Fatih Birol talk about the economy of the future.
Japan is striving to achieve decarbonization by further promoting hydrogen energy.
"Failing to curb future emissions will cause even greater impact to Americans," warned NOAA administrator Richard Spinrad.
The conditions are worse than at any time since the year 800 and human-driven climate change is a significant factor.
Some of President Joe Biden's failures, from the Afghanistan surrender to skyrocketing inflation, have gotten extensive—and well-deserved—press attention.
In the past three decades, the GBR has lost more than half its coral cover, pollution has caused deadly starfish outbreaks and global warming has produced horrific coral bleaching.
Record-breaking floods in South Sudan have swallowed up large swaths of land and destroyed livelihoods for years to come, leaving millions of people in the world's youngest nation hungry and besieged by climate change.
The postmaster general said the plan is to initially order 5,000 electric vehicles with the flexibility to buy more if the funding becomes available.
The images were submitted as part of the 2021 USFWS Fire Employee Photo Contest.
That state "remains vulnerable because we have not set requirements for winterization of the gas system," noted an energy expert.
With the Great Salt Lake shrinking below historic levels, Republican lawmakers are making their moves to combat declining water levels.
"DeJoy has to go right now," Representative Gerry Connolly, chair of the House Oversight Subcommittee on Government Operations, tweeted.
An iceberg nearly the size of Rhode Island is blocking researchers from reaching Thwaites Glacier, which is melting at a rapidly increasing rate.
"There are two drivers of climate change: temperature and humidity," one of the scientists leading the study told the Associated Press.
Environmental groups hailed the federal court's decision to throw out a November's Gulf of Mexico drilling rights sale.
A federal judge revoked the Gulf of Mexico sale held last November, saying its environmental impact had not been properly considered by the Trump-era Interior Department.
The Washington representative told Newsweek that her Climate Resilience Workforce Act can create jobs and protect disaster workers.
The Washington congresswoman told Newsweek about how her new bill crosses over with parts of the $1.75 trillion legislation.
Millions of dollars have been invested toward building more-efficient snowmaking systems as drought and climate change impact Colorado.
In the Marines, I lived by the credo "leave no one behind." Now that I am in civilian life, I am urging our policymakers not to leave any of us behind.