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France will not increase carbon emissions as it reduces the role of nuclear plants in its energy mix, a junior minister said.
Peru's mountaintop guides — the Sherpas of the Cordillera Blanca, the snowy range where South America's tropical glaciers grow smaller each year — could be the last generation to learn how to navigate the equatorial ice caps.
India's farmers are already feeling the effects of climate change, and the ones relying on rain instead of irrigation systems are set to suffer the most, according to the country's annual economic survey.
The McIlhenny family takes pride in making Tabasco — the world's most popular hot sauce — the same way it's been made for 150 years.
In the race to adapt to a rapidly changing climate, warm-blooded animals might have the edge.
For the second time in 19 months, Parisians are evacuating homes and businesses as the rain-swollen Seine river inundates streets, parks, subways and train stations, turning the City of Light into a gloomy, water-logged metropolis.
Calls for greater climate and environmental action, and an unflattering jingle about U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, were a few of the highlights at last night's star-studded "People's State of the Union."
Republicans and Democrats may be taking baby steps toward an agreement on a minor piece of climate policy.
A dozen environmental and legal advocacy groups are urging EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to recuse himself from all work concerning the Clean Power Plan.
When the House narrowly passed cap-and-trade legislation in 2009, then-Rep. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland was chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, responsible for protecting the Democrats' majority.
Climate change is dramatically impacting some of the iconic species that live in and around the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, according to a report released last week by the U.S. Geological Survey.
At least three of President Trump's State of the Union guests can blame global warming for their invitations. But don't expect Trump to mention climate change tonight, even though hurricanes and wildfires dominated his first year in office.