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Climate change is causing the U.S. military to alter its plans in the Arctic as Russia takes advantage of a warming world to deploy radar and personnel in thawing regions, two generals told a Senate panel yesterday.
The world isn't doomed because of climate change, according to EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler.
It's been some time since the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee has held a hearing on climate change, so naturally its top two lawmakers felt compelled to get a couple of things out of the way during yesterday's roughly two-hour meeting.
President Trump's vow of first-rate treatment to tornado-stricken Alabamians sparked accusations of favoritism toward a state that strongly supported him in the 2016 election. But the numbers show that he's evenhanded when declaring disasters.
Britain aims to build an industry-leading car battery factory to accelerate a push into electric vehicles, people with knowledge of the plan said, as Brexit and an overexposure to diesel models hurts demand and jobs.
Malaysia plans to halt all expansion of oil palm plantations this year as it seeks to dispel the oil's reputation as a driver of deforestation.
The opening round of talks over the next green deal in Europe highlighted differences between governments over the means and pace of transforming the continent's economies to avoid catastrophic climate change.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Gov. Tim Walz has set an ambitious goal for Minnesota to get 100 percent of its electricity from carbon-free sources by 2050.
As Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) launches his bid to run for president on a climate change-focused platform, his state is moving toward achieving one of his big clean energy goals.
The Republican governor of Massachusetts and the state's top Democratic lawmaker agree that they need to spend a fortune to avert damage from climate change.
The federal government spent $7 billion to repair damage from tornadoes since 2001, and experts say the conditions for killer twisters, like the storms that ravaged Alabama over the weekend, might be sharper with rising temperatures.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper have a fair bit in common. Both are white men in their late 60s running for president from the perch of a Western governorship, to name just a few similarities.
It's an elite club that can potentially shape President Trump's views on climate change. Here are the handful of advisers who accept the science.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she supported the nation's students taking to the streets to fight for more action to prevent climate change.
Oil and gas companies under pressure by investors to curtail investment in fossil fuels should loosen their purse strings for green energy, according to Accenture.
Europe's freakishly warm weather is likely to extend into the middle of March and may be evidence that human activity like burning fossil fuels is shifting the climate.
VICTORIA, Seychelles — The science vessel of British-based Nekton Mission arrived in Seychelles on Friday to begin the first stage of a multiyear mission to explore the depths of the Indian Ocean and document the effects of global warming on one of the planet's last major unexplored frontiers.
Driving through Manhattan during rush hour is any commuter's nightmare. Cars and trucks move an average of 5 mph — barely faster than walking. And as the vehicles sit in traffic, planet-warming pollution spews from tailpipes.
The rest of the world is free-riding on U.S. climate action.
The young activists pushing lawmakers for a "Green New Deal" are throwing their weight behind peers fighting climate change in the courtroom.