A wave of climate change protests swept the globe Friday, with hundreds of thousands of young people sending a message to leaders headed for a U.N. summit: The warming world can't wait for action.
Cities around the world are launching plans to reduce the number of cars on their streets. Will automobiles on city roads become a thing of the past?
New Trump administration rules change how the Endangered Species Act is implemented. Are they a practical solution to government overreach or a threat to wildlife?
A dire United Nations report warns that humanity may not be able to create enough food in the future. What steps can mankind take to avoid a global food crisis?
MSNBC and CNN announce they will hold climate change forums for the presidential candidates as the DNC continues to drag its feet.
The former vice president describes the president's environmental speech as being "meant to deceive and deflect."
The former vice president praised the New York representative as "brilliant," but cast doubt on whether her politics could win a national election.
A new study suggests that human beings could save themselves from the worst ravages of climate change by planting a forest nearly double the size of the area of the United States.
Jainey Bavishi, the woman tasked with overseeing a new $10 billion plan to save Lower Manhattan from sea level rise, says "relocating the economic hub of the entire nation is impossible."
EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler said Monday it was wrong to think that "the environment is getting worse."
A lone Republican witness hijacked a congressional hearing Tuesday about the public health effects of global warming, cutting off serious debate by drawing attention to his own controversial, disputed views.
A consequence of global warming, feedback loops are already making a huge problem that much worse.
Andrew Yang, the entrepreneur turned 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, has thought through issues big and small, and because he has crossed the 65,000 individual donor threshold to participate in the Democratic debates, we’ll likely be hearing more about his ideas in the next year.