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For the U.N., an organization synonymous with multilateralism, inaction on the climate crisis is not an option. That poses a challenge.
As U.S. sheds mantle of scientific leadership, France becomes a magnet for climate scientists, with the rallying cry to “Make Our Planet Great Again.”
Protestors marched in thousands of cities and towns Friday in a youth-led movement to demand government action on climate change.
Researchers from 19 countries will go on the most complex mission ever attempted in the central Arctic to get an up-close look at climate change.
Kabuki performers take part in the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup ahead of the Pool A game between Russia and Japan, at Tokyo Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 20.
U.S. and Canadian bird populations have declined by 3 billion since 1970, according to a new study in Science.
Models underpin what we know about how climate change affects our planet. They aren’t perfect, but can they be trusted?
Jamaica lost most of its coral in the 1980s and 1990s, but the reefs are healing thanks to seafloor stewardship and fishing policy changes.
Hawaii has positioned itself as a pioneer in the quest to move toward a fossil fuel-free future. Its path may hold lessons for the rest of the U.S.
The rollback narrows which bodies of water require permits to pollute. Supporters of the repeal say protections infringe their property rights.
The Lahontan cutthroat trout came close to extinction after a dam was built in 1905. A new bypass canal will help it reach native spawning grounds.
The ocean is not a silent world. And understanding its soundscape is essential to our ability to be good stewards of it.
Wildfire smoke has produced the lowest air quality readings recorded in San Francisco; Portland, Oregon; and other Western cities the past two years.
After decades of extinguishing blazes within hours, forestry services are now starting them to reduce fuel that can turn a wildfire into a catastrophe
Satellites have detected more than 40,000 fires in the Amazon in 2019. The implications of those fires ripple far beyond Brazil or South America.
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