The EPA administrator suggests China mimic new US policies to reduce air pollution.
No single agreement should be expected to be the final solution to the climate crisis, writes Heather Zichal, a former climate adviser to President Obama.
Migratory birds are at risk from increasing habitat destruction of stopover points, especially in North Africa, Central Asia, and the coast of East Asia. Past international efforts for conservation may provide a framework for future efforts.
Kiribati, Tuvalu, and Nauru natives are witnessing dire climate change consequences in their Pacific island homes, but they lack international recognition as refugees.
Innovations from Australia's 'millennium drought' may be adapted for California's water crisis, now in its fifth year. But energy and conservation experts say changing attitudes are just as important as new technologies.
A talk Tuesday with a focus on deforestation in the United Nations climate summit in Paris has one experienced member – Brazil, a nation that has cut down on illegal deforestation by 80 percent in just over a decade.
The agro-business giant pledges to put its global reach to good use by reducing emissions, encouraging farmers to adapt greener growing methods, and continuing research on crops that can withstand global warming.
Coordination between the United States and China continues to be critical when it comes to fighting global warming, world leaders say.