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Britain is failing to take advantage of the falling cost of carbon capture technology for power plants, which has plummeted 80% this decade to well below 500 million pounds ($645 million) per project.
Florida will soon make changes to a law that allows homeowners to sign over property insurance benefits to contractors in a move supporters say will cut down on abuse that's led to thousands of lawsuits in the wake of recent hurricanes.
The world's old-growth rainforests are shrinking at an alarming rate, with enough trees lost last year to cover all of Belgium or two Connecticuts, a new report shows.
For the past three years, virtually nothing has hatched at Antarctica's second biggest breeding grounds for emperor penguins and the start of this year is looking just as bleak, a new study found.
The looming threat of sea-level rise is already one of the biggest concerns about climate change — and new research may raise the stakes even higher.
They are "the greatest works of fiction ever written," former Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Craig Fugate says.
Borrower nations participating in China's Belt and Road Initiative will have a big say in whether its net effect helps the world meet the Paris Agreement's carbon objectives or puts them forever out of reach.
Experts are struggling to define the potential carbon footprint of the internet, the largest and fastest-growing man-made structure on the planet.
Past efforts by members of Rotary International to confront climate change ran up against the 114-year-old organization's tradition of leaving politics at the door. That may be changing.
Equinor ASA is the latest large oil company to bow to a major investor group that is pushing corporations to take more robust action on climate change.
Anheuser-Busch InBev SA used to wait until after a natural disaster hit before delivering cans of emergency drinking water. But the shifting realities of climate change mean it's now pre-shipping to disaster-prone areas, with the assumption another event is always right around the corner.
Puerto Rico's government says it plans to demolish 16,000 structures that were heavily damaged by Hurricane Maria nearly two years ago.
During her career as a flight attendant, Laura Haneveld had a checklist to remind her what to do in the event of a fire.
President Trump partially approved a disaster-declaration request by Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant (R) on Tuesday, 33 days after Bryant sought federal help recovering from tornadoes and flooding that hit seven counties in the northeastern part of the state.
China will roll out a new alliance today to provide advice on how to transform its powerful Belt and Road Initiative from the global purveyor of dirty development it largely is today to a vehicle for a green energy transition.
Last year, while California wildfires scorched 1.8 million acres and killed more than 100 people, Washington state had such intense wildfires that its air quality at times was the worst in the world.
MADISON, Wis. — For 120 million Americans living in the nation's coastal zones, the decision over whether to move inland — and when — is becoming more real every day.
Plans to drill the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge have underestimated the effects of climate change, one arm of the Interior Department is warning another.
Facebook's newest fact-checking partner is connected to an enterprise that was founded by a conservative Fox News host and that routinely promotes climate doubt.
A polar bear that was found roaming around a village in eastern Russia, hundreds of miles away from its usual habitat, has been airlifted back home.