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New York is set to become the first city in the country to charge drivers a fee for releasing planet-warming pollution from their cars.
Billions of dollars will soon be available for strengthened infrastructure in states that are slammed by hurricanes, floods and other disasters, the acting administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency said in an interview yesterday.
President Trump's visit to the shores of Lake Okeechobee took him to the front lines of climate change.
The United Nations' weather agency says extreme weather last year hit 62 million people worldwide and forced 2 million people to relocate, as man-made climate change worsened.
Cities around the world marked Earth Hour on Saturday by turning off lights at 8:30 p.m. local time in a call for global action on climate change.
PINECREST, Fla. — The "Underwater Homeowners Association" sounds like a sad joke about the future of real estate in flood-prone Miami.
The Rockefeller Foundation intends to disband its 100 Resilient Cities initiative, the largest privately funded climate-adaptation program in the U.S., according to people familiar with the foundation's plans.
Severe storms "fall on the rich and poor alike," but low-income neighborhoods suffer more damage from urban flooding, according to a new study.
The United Nations' signature greenhouse gas emissions offsetting program is slowly dying.
An Idaho utility last week become the latest power company to announce plans to green its electricity.
When the Trump EPA scrubbed climate change data from its website, Pete Buttigieg took swift action.
What's in a number? When it comes to the $93 trillion estimate for the Green New Deal, the answer is found in a network of interlinked groups: a think tank, its political arm and a super political action committee.
A mother is suing the Weather Channel for $125 million over the death of her son, who died in a crash involving storm chasers employed by the cable network.
North Carolina could permanently ban big wind-power projects from the most energy-intensive parts of the state's Atlantic coast, but a state senator said Wednesday the move is necessary to prevent hindering military training flights.
The European Union tightened caps on carbon dioxide from cars in a bid to accelerate the development of electric vehicles.
At a sea turtle hospital housed at an old New England shipyard, a biologist leaned over a table and used a needle to draw blood from a sick loggerhead before tagging its flailing flipper.
Arctic ice is disappearing at some of the fastest rates in centuries as global temperatures rise. Now, scientists suggest that melting glaciers may, in turn, be influencing the Arctic climate.
Nearly 200 youth and adult activists yesterday hand-delivered climate resolutions to all 535 congressional offices.
The future of Britain's environmental policies teeters uncertainly as the nation grapples with a messy exit from the European Union.
A new House committee on climate change won't have the power to advance legislation or subpoena anyone, but its 15 members can expect one fun perk: a chance to travel the country.