"President Trump—you're on notice. Your polluting buildings are part of the problem. Cut your emissions or pay the price," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
"It's easy for politicians to simply acknowledge that climate change exists. What's harder is a real plan that measures up to the urgency of the crisis," said Greenpeace.
A new report shows strong regional differences in the amount of concern Americans have for global warming.
He also received accepted six gifted copies of "The Lorax."
New Gallup Poll also says that 66 percent of Americans believe that global warming is being caused by human activity.
Republicans passed a motion to adjourn after only two Democrats showed up to start the hearing.
If current levels of greenhouse gas emissions are pumped into the Earth's atmosphere for the rest of the 21st century, today's children will live in climates not seen for millennia.
An estimated 10 percent of the global population was wiped out.
Freezing temperatures have prompted deniers to question climate change, but it could well be a symptom of a warming world.
Only 28 percent of Americans surveyed said they would pay $10 each month to combat climate change.
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At issue is corrosion of the pillars of modern civilization: rule of law, respect for the truth, upholding basic societal values, and the imperative to be guided by them in policy decisions.
Her skeleton was found at the site of a women's monastery that existed 1,000 years ago.
America appears to be in retreat, and its opponents are taking notice.
Changing how we grow food would mean soil could be given the chance to recover from degradation.
"Young people are at the forefront of leading solutions to address the climate crises, and we won't back down."
An estimated 70% of land animals and 96% of sea creatures were wiped out in Earth's biggest mass extinction.
The president brushed off a report that said climate change would cost the U.S. billions and billions of dollars. That's not entirely surprising.
"He is fundamentally wrong on that," Craig Garthwaite, the director of health care at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, told Newsweek on Thursday.
New York Democratic congressional primary winner Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez compared the "existential threat" posed by climate change to that of Nazi Germany during World War II.
"It's going to be challenging, obviously," the Arizona senator said. "That report that came out is pretty dire."
As temperatures increase and changes in rainfall patterns continue, crops such as rice, wheat and corn will fail to meet demand.
Twenty-six countries around the world ban abortion in all circumstances. In some cases, the Catholic church has exerted heavy influence to restrict the procedure.
The head of Iran's meteorological service said that, unless the general knows something he doesn't, there's no way a country can steal clouds.