Trump Wants to End Worst-Case Climate Scenario Modeling. Here's Why That Matters.
The president wants to limit the scope of federal climate assessments, which will leave policymakers and the public unprepared to deal with the consequences of climate change.
To Fight Climate Change, We're Going to Need a Lot More Nuclear
Without federal policy supporting nuclear energy, we'll run out of time to decarbonize.
A Bill to Honor Paris Agreement Goals Could Be the First Climate Legislation to Pass the House This Year
Though the vote is expected to be along party lines, the bill is more likely to gain the support of some Republicans than previous climate legislation.
Christiana Figueres: Mujeres Sin Miedo Liderarán la Acción Climática
Lo que me da esperanza es el activismo y trabajo colaborativo que he visto entre las mujeres jóvenes de diversos orígenes.
Christiana Figueres: Fearless Women Will Lead on Climate Action
What gives me hope is the activism and collaborative work I've seen among young women from diverse backgrounds.
At COP24, Poland Unveils a Declaration to Protect Its Forests
Environmentalists are concerned that Poland's declaration could be used as an excuse to continue burning coal.
Over a Dozen Climate Activists Denied Entry to Poland Amid Crackdown
Civil society says the Polish government is violating human rights and undermining the global climate negotiations by denying entry or deporting climate advocates.
'The Virus Is Spreading': A Conversation With Harjeet Singh
A veteran climate finance expert explains the funding questions that could make or break the Paris rulebook.
Here's Why People Are Worried About the Aviation Industry's Plans to Cut Emissions
Airlines are pushing for a global carbon market, but environmentalists say it won't be enough to prevent uncontrolled growth in aviation emissions.
Will the U.N.'s Dire Climate Report Light a Fire Under Negotiators at COP24?
The latest report from the IPCC finds that climate action is both urgent and possible. Political will might be in shorter supply.
How Has the National Climate Assessment Changed Since 2000?
The latest assessment paints a bleak picture of the future.
What's the Point of the IPCC's New Climate Report?
Even as some observers were struck by the dire forecast, many others say that this is nothing new—and that national leaders will ignore it anyway.
The New IPCC Report Offers Climate Solutions That Depend on Magic
To solve the crisis, we'd have to slow growth. And no one wants to admit that.
California Commits to 100 Percent Renewable Energy by 2045
Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation on Monday setting a goal of 100 percent renewable energy for the state by 2045.
Climate Scientists Call on Jerry Brown to End Oil Extraction in California
There is no way to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement if California continues extracting oil and gas unabated.
Have International Climate Negotiations Outlived Their Usefulness?
When I talk about the climate process to the uninitiated, they always insist that there has to be a better way. The trouble is, there may not be.
Families Sue European Union to Take More Action on Climate Change
A group of 10 families is taking the European Union to court in an attempt to get its member states to take more drastic action on climate change.
Why This Week's Climate Talks in Bonn Will Be a Little Awkward
Europe talks a good game on climate, but its emissions rose last year—while in the U.S., despite the efforts of the Trump administration, emissions fell.