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International negotiators are in Bonn, Germany, for a high-stakes two-week session aimed at getting the Paris Agreement up and running.
Dozens of prominent scientists published an alarming study about formaldehyde in 2010. Their findings: Exposure to the compound — used in everything from auto manufacturing to embalming — was linked to leukemia.
Thawing ice roads in Russian have turned one village into a hub of climate change believers.
Rocks in Oman might be able to store hundreds of years of human-caused carbon emissions, scientists say.
Ahead of the U.N. talks this week, leaders in Fiji said plans to combat climate change remain "woefully inadequate."
Oil companies, automakers and alternative fuel producers are all finding something to like in proposed changes to California's low-carbon fuel standard.
Record-breaking wildfires that ripped through California are triggering a fight over insurance and whether rules should change as the state faces a future of more extreme events.
Miami has received a $100,000 grant to develop a new tool to better demonstrate the risks of rising seas — and what residents can do about the problem.
Minneapolis just became the 65th U.S. city to formally commit to using 100 percent renewable energy, joining a growing list of large municipalities pledging to wean their municipal, commercial and residential buildings off fossil fuel-based power.
Exxon Mobil Corp. can pursue its bid to challenge several California cities suing the oil giant over climate change impacts, a Texas judge has said.
Mangrove forests around the world are at risk of destruction. That's important in part because they're holding enormous quantities of carbon dioxide.
The Trump administration is expected to name a California agriculture attorney to lead EPA's San Francisco-based regional office.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is limping out of April after a barrage of bad press and criticisms of his character — and environmentalists are eager to give Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke the same treatment.