French President Francois Hollande met with environmental groups Saturday in the Elysee Palace, pushing for to reduce man-made emissions.
The success of the solar plant is crucial to Rwanda's plan to provide electricity to 70 percent of its 11.8 million citizens by June 2018.
While there is a growing academic belief that climate change will increase conflict this century, scientists are hesitant to label climate change a direct cause of any one conflict.
Nola, a northern white rhino, died at her San Diego home Sunday, leaving only three of her kind left in the world.
How accurate are the 2016 presidential candidates' statements about climate change? Republican Sen. Ted Cruz had the lowest score, said eight climate and biological scientists.
A new study reveals as many as half the tree species in the Amazon tropical forest could face the threat of extinction, but researchers say there may still be a way to save the rainforest.
Too cruel? The East Hampton Group for Wildlife filed a lawsuit in state Supreme Court seeking to halt a sterilization program.
Hacker collective Anonymous has claimed responsibility for bringing down five government websites in Iceland in a protest against whale-hunting.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is expected to announce $1 billion, and perhaps more, in support of clean-energy technologies while in Paris for the global climate summit.
The Monitor has packaged its best energy and climate coverage into one special feature on the Paris climate talks.
Long-time participants hope this year's UN climate summit can succeed where past efforts have fallen short.
Developing nations want the developed world to help them meet the costs of mitigating the effects of climate change and transitioning to a low-carbon economy. But the money might be hard to come by.
Weather-related disasters happened almost daily over the past decade on a rising trend, according to a new UN report.
Electric vehicles require less maintenance and more time to sell, so car dealerships have business reasons to be reluctant about selling electric cars.
Brides-to-be participate in the 'Running of the Brides' race in a park in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday. A hundred husbands and wives-to-be competed in the event for a combined prize worth 1 million Thai baht ($27,928), according to the organizers.
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