climate change


Delegates listen as Christiana Figueres, the executive secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change speaks during the opening session of the Climate Summit on November 30, 2015 in Paris, France.

Nations and billionaires pledge money for clean energy

Nov 30, 2015
Entrepreneurs and governments have pledged billions for low-carbon technology.
Posted In: climate change, paris, energy

Obama isn't fazed by buzzer, gives long speech anyway

Nov 30, 2015
President Obama went way over his time limit but didn't seem to care.
Posted In: climate change, President Obama, speech

Pope highlights poverty, climate change on Africa trip

Nov 26, 2015
Pope Francis is visiting Kenya, Uganda and the Central African Republic.
Posted In: pope francis, Africa, Kenya, corruption, climate change
Jonathan Selwyn (left) and colleagues from Lark Energy—one of the UK's biggest solar firms. "I'm proud of what our industry has achieved."

Britain says it's a world-beater on curbing emissions

Nov 25, 2015
Some environmentalists question Britain's claim to be a leader on climate change.
Posted In: UK, Britain, climate change, Paris Climate Conference

A 12-day push to reach a climate change deal starts on Monday

Nov 24, 2015
In Paris, representatives of some 200 countries will work towards a climate change deal.
Posted In: paris, climate change, United Nations, UN, Paris Climate Conference

Tom Steyer talks climate change and the 2016 election

Nov 20, 2015
The billionaire energy investor hasn't picked a favorite candidate yet.
Posted In: sustainability, 2016 election, climate change, clean energy, renewable energy

A fisherman’s plan to feed the world and reduce climate change

Nov 19, 2015
A new model of ocean farming could revolutionize the seafood industry.
Posted In: ocean, fishing, farming, sustainability, climate change
An Exxon gas station in Burbank, California.

Exxon target of climate change probe

Nov 6, 2015
What did the company know about the issue and what did it tell shareholders?
Posted In: climate change, Exxon, securities law

French weatherman creates climate change storm

Nov 4, 2015
French forecaster may lose his job because of his book questioning climate change.
Posted In: global warming, climate change, global climate change
The Laughing Bird Caye island in Belize. According to a new study, countries whose average temperature is above 55 degrees Fahrenheit or 13 degrees Celsius  — like Belize — may see their productivity hurt by global warming. Those higher than that average

Study: global warming will make much of the world poorer

Oct 21, 2015
A new report projects economic productivity falling as temperatures rise.
Posted In: climate change, global warming, GDP