In this edition: What does the election of Donald Trump really mean for global progress on carbon emissions? Plus: For native Americans, pipeline sparks climate awakening; global carbon emissions flat for three years in a row.
On Tuesday, eight teens asked a Washington court to find the state in contempt for adopting what they argue are insufficient rules for lowering carbon emissions.
Researchers say that adopting daylight savings time could be a simple method to offer significant protection to Australia's dwindling koala population.
While the sea ice melt does not directly contribute to sea level rise, it does hold direct consequences for the whole planet.
Two-thirds of Americans are very or moderately interested in global warming. Yet two-thirds say they hear or talk about the issue only 'several times a year or less.'
A new report finds that up to 71 percent of Americans want the United States to stay in the Paris climate deal, but views on whether climate change is a threat differ more widely.
Whale watchers say sightings of humpback whales in the New York area have increased in recent years, but it’s still unusual to spot one in the Hudson River.
Donald Trump won't be the first person to lead a Western democracy after a campaign dismissive of climate change. Canada and Australia have been there before.
Arctic sea ice has been on a consistent decline for years. But until recently, Antarctic sea ice was actually expanding. What's happening?
Both oil company officials and environmental groups say that Trump would not be able to quickly lift the five-year plan.
The number of dead trees in California has doubled over the past year. Government and environmentalists are looking for solutions to preserve forests while protecting people from falling trees or wildfires.
Here's why the US election outcome became the worried focus of climate diplomats gathered in Morocco. And here's why they're not giving up on making headway against greenhouse emissions.
Some of the world's poorest nations announced their plan to keep climate change under 1.5 Celsius, as they urge wealthier nations to boost funding.
Barack Obama showed how a president can wield broad power over environmental policy. But with a majority of Americans concerned about ciimate change, other forces are also influential.
The Reagan-Bush White House saw climate change differently than Donald Trump. The common lens is one of American power on the global stage.