Subsidies are falling, but polluters are still getting plenty of public support.
The devastation in Zhengzhou is the latest in a series of extreme weather events globally that are making the risks of climate change more tangible.
Few other governments are able to enforce such mass relocations as climate change is stressing communities with drought, extreme weather, higher temperatures, and desertification.
Heavy rains also swamped parts of Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Belgium as politicians and scientists warned that global warming would bring more extreme weather.
A new report from sustainability nonprofit Ceres finds that most large companies aren’t putting lobbying muscle behind climate goals.
New research on the 2018 wildfire that destroyed the town of Paradise points to significant health risks from smoke-borne toxins.
The conglomerate announced the goal with its annual sustainability report, but offered no supporting details.
Los ecologistas veían al oso pardo como un símbolo de esperanza. La gente del lugar lo percibía como una amenaza. Entonces apareció muerto.
Conservationists saw the 6-year-old brown bear as a symbol of hope. Villagers saw him as a menace. Then he turned up dead.
Current surface and groundwater storage infrastructure is not adequate for future weather conditions, water managers say.
The Scandinavian country is rapidly electrifying its fleet of vessels and is even pushing into self-driving boats.
Extreme weather events are popping up all over the world—from heat waves to tropical storms, droughts, and tornadoes—and climate change is a unifying factor.
As record heatwaves stress the urgency of the climate crisis, Austria lawmakers want a plan to make everyone pay for pollution.
More than 5 billion mobile connections and 3.6 billion social media accounts may add up to existential risk.
The extreme temperatures are linked to variations in the jet stream, a phenomenon that’s also influencing heat and drought in the Western U.S.
Research into unproven technofixes isn’t a replacement for eliminating emissions, even if the debate over geoengineering is stuck on that concern.
Summer in the U.S. begins with widespread drought already at historic levels across 11 states. Experts warn of worsening conditions once wildfires start.
The famed farming valleys of California are being swept into what feels like permanent dryness, raising the specter of food inflation.
As much as 30% of the air circulating through heating and cooling ducts is lost through leaks, holes and poor connections
By taking global warming and demographics into account, transit agencies can better serve vulnerable populations
A new book catalogs the science and history of “high conflict” — and offers pivotal lessons to make it something productive.
In the corporate world, big change starts at the top—which means companies will have to shake up their leadership to fulfill their environmental agendas.
While EVs are still a small fraction of passenger car sales, that’s growing—really fast.
Claimants want Poland to cut its emissions 60% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels.
The state is facing one of its driest summers ever, portending another catastrophic fire season.
Food giant Cargill will start selling experimental wearable technology for cows as the cattle and dairy industries pivot to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Densely populated Asian countries were hit by typhoons and floods, while the U.S. endured the most active Atlantic hurricane season ever
Fossil fuel marketing is all about individual responsibility, a new study shows, but humans naturally think in terms of collectives.
WeaveGrid is bringing together data from electric vehicles and utilities to help avoid problems the grid is expected to face soon
After leading mass demonstrations, young people everywhere are suing countries and companies over their failure to address global warming