The UN’s climate panel warned on Monday that evidence was mounting each year of changes to Earth’s weather system as it began talks on a new global warming report.
Swedish researchers say bioenergy with carbon capture and storage can turn around the global warming trend eventually even if we miss near-term targets.
New research suggests that seeding marine clouds could help regulate ocean temperatures, saving coral reefs from destruction.
The cornerstone of Europe’s emissions-cutting hopes, its Emissions Trading System, gets a vote of confidence from the European Parliament.
A Michigan prof argues for policies that clean up the systems that produce motor vehicle fuel, whatever form it takes, instead of pushing EVs.
Fossil fuel consumption must decline and carbon emissions must begin to fall by the end of the decade, that’s all there is to it.
Four Democrats release a draft bill to put a price on carbon, and they’re seeking input on key questions, including what to do with the money raised.
Researchers say severe humidity is already reducing productivity during peak heat months.
Like the heroine Hushpuppy in the Oscar-nominated “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” a Nigerian architect is building a sustainable floating school to ensure that children’s education endures global warming.
To prepare for expected flooding of the countryside due to global warming, Dutch architects are designing a “climate-proof” prototype city that can rise along with the average sea level.