As an Administration Demurs, Coalitions Are Taking the Lead for the U.S. on Climate Change
Non-governmental coalitions stepped up in the U.S.'s relative absence at COP23 this year. Is their activism the only thing keeping climate change at bay in America?
Nineteen Nations Vow to Phase Out Coal at U.N. Climate Conference
Officials from the alliance hope to more than double their number by next year's meeting.
Why Is the 'Pacific COP' Being Held in Germany, and Does It Matter?
The country presiding over the United Nations climate summit rotates every year, but experts say location matters less than leadership.