The unlikely climate partnership between China and California shows how Trump's Paris decision fails by its own logic.
How this year’s climate talks became an ongoing press conference directed at Donald Trump.
The closing week of COP21 will be defined by how—and whether—parties can agree to frame the final document around these three crucial words.
At the C40 awards gala in Paris, mayors from every continent converged on la Gaîté Lyrique to share, steal, and honor each other's green initiatives. They also cut loose a little bit.
On Wednesday at COP21, divestment was king, as California touted its success, and Bill McKibben announced a major shift in global capital away from carbon.
Opening remarks from world leaders were long on hope and short on details. In this case, that's precisely what we needed.
The leaders of Russia, China, Germany, and the United States offered ambitious initiatives in their speeches at COP21. How optimistic should we be?
President Obama's handling of the Keystone Pipeline is just the latest in a series of moves by the administration that position America to lead negotiations—in spite of domestic denialism.