“What we do in the next 20 years will determine the future for all life on Earth," the famed naturalist says.
“There are people in the administration who don’t think climate change is a risk, or is real, and there are people in the administration who do think it’s a risk and is real.”
“It’s not something that might happen in the future. It’s unfolding right now,” one scientist says.
President Trump signed a new order Friday granting permission for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, marking the White House’s latest effort to jump start one of the most controversial infrastructure proposals in recent U.S. history.
Nearly half the nation’s coal plants have been shuttered in the past decade. That profound shift has moved the U.S. toward cleaner forms of energy but left some communities reeling.
A stark new report from the International Energy Agency shows why the world is still failing to stop climate change.
Midwest flooding shows the benefits and weaknesses of the current system.
A protest that began last summer with a single student has become a worldwide movement.
Florence made landfall in North Carolina on Friday, battering the state with a powerful combination of wind and rain. At least five deaths have been linked to the storm, according to officials.