Delegates will once again try to hash out the rules for a UN-run carbon offsets market as corporate demand for the credits booms
The strategy targets everything from the country’s finance sector to home heating.
It’s unlikely the flooding that devastated the conference hall almost three decades ago will recur. But Glasgow still faces dangers from an altered climate.
Global Rescue's mission has expanded as emergencies brought on by climate change have increased.
Can a company synonymous with the industrial past bring its polluting customers into the greener future?
If the floods don’t get you, lack of electricity or a swamped hospital might.
A mayor evacuates, and PG&E makes ready after disasters
Climate risks threaten a program that is $20 billion in debt
It’s not just the government and industrial farmers. Voracious consumers all over the world are also guilty of killing the “lungs of the Earth.”
Stop-gap protection has expired for 347,000 people
The interactive maps were designed to help people prepare for how hot and dry their area will get
Cyclones, wildfires, floods and the knowledge they’ll get worse are fueling a rising tide of anxiety. Therapists are trying to cope.
As many as 80% of respondents in 17 developed economies said they’re willing to make lifestyle changes to help slow global warming, according to Pew Research
Tropical Storm Nicholas is brewing off the Texas coast, the stiffest challenge to the city’s flood planning since 2017
Nonprofit Global Witness documented 227 murdered environmentalists last year
Climate change could force more than 216 million people to move within their countries by mid-century, World Bank says
Polluted coal-reliant provinces made China’s megacities rich. Now President Xi Jinping’s green ambitions to curb carbon emissions risk leaving them behind.
A group of scientists and non-profits are collecting data to outline a protected zone in the Caribbean.
As part of their push to cut emissions 55% by the end of the decade, policymakers are debating ways to breathe new life into the continent’s growth industry.
Storm-battered coasts insure for hurricanes, but flood-forecast data shows that homes in Appalachia share elevated risk
As the planet warms, fires are only going to get worse. We need to be prepared.
After a two-week California vacation, the phrase ‘climate change’ no longer seems adequate.
The agreement, with Switzerland-based Climeworks, is good for 10 years and an unspecified amount of CO₂.
As global warming brings more extreme weather, there’s unprecedented public discussion over what needs to be done to prepare for worsening floods and heatwaves.
The first drop in supply to the Central Arizona Project was announced last week. It won’t be the last.
A crop of electric startups are hitting the $292 billion heavy machinery market just in time for harvest.
A combination of high temperatures, drought and strong winds is making it harder to control the blazes
Insurers are struggling to make accurate risk calculations for these events that used to cause minor damage but are now increasingly costly.
Three forces linked by climate change are driving the region into a drought era
Record heatwaves have caused fatalities for laborers who plant and harvest U.S. crops. A lack of federal standards and policies makes it difficult to protect these agricultural workers.