"The continuation of civilizations and the natural world upon which we depend is in your hands," Attenborough told leaders.
Tony Abbott, now a member of Parliament, told a group of climate change deniers Tuesday that Australia would not have joined the treaty without the United States.
"One by one, we are keeping the promises I made to the American people during my campaign for president," Trump said when he withdrew from the Paris Climate Accord.
The former president alluded to the Republican's decision on the Paris climate accord.
Gaston Browne says the United States has a "moral obligation" to lead on climate change.
The terrifying math of climate change shows us that in order to stay within the 2-degree safety limit, the majority of the world's existing fossil fuel reserves need to stay in the ground.
Nicaragua says it will sign up to the climate deal, leaving Trump and Assad the only ones outside.
The president's decision has put valuable U.S. territories like Puerto Rico and Hawaii at severe risk.
As a continent Africa already faces four droughts—working against the effects of climate change is a necessity, not an option.
Trump is not only ignoring the real danger of climate change but ceding economic power to China.
Three White House officials evade the question of whether Trump believes in climate change.
The Terminator star warned Trump: "One man can't go back in time," joking "Only I can do that."
America joins Nicaragua and Syria as non-signatories to the landmark 2015 agreement.
The White House knows how to ease visitors into the abandonment of climate concerns.
"Do I think that man has some impact? Yeah, of course. Can man change the entire universe? No."
The German Chancellor was unimpressed with Trump's failure to commit to the Paris climate deal during the G7 summit.
The U.N. deputy secretary-general says she and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres are concerned over the new administration's attitude toward fighting global warming.
A climate change denier as U.S. president would dramatically threaten global action to cut carbon emissions, says ex-French foreign minister Laurent Fabius.
The deal is a big step forward and at the same time a frustrating set of compromises and omissions.