Developed countries pledged $100 billion a year by 2020 to help poorer nations mitigate and adapt to climate change.
What do corporate pledges accomplish in the long run? And do they really work to bring about meaningful change?
Some businesses are turning to weather analytics to proactively prepare for the potentially more volatile conditions resulting from climate change.
And the mass migrations could start within a decade, according to a new report from the World Bank.
At the COP26 climate change summit, the British government will call on the world to decarbonize, but are Brits ready to follow their leaders?
Companies are responsible for most emissions. Now, the means they’re using to go carbon neutral, and the goal itself, are raising questions.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission recently approved a California proposal that prioritizes its own power needs in a crunch.
More farmers are turning to machinery that siphons off greenhouse gas and channels it into the natural gas supply.
Scott Barrett of Columbia University thinks countries may adopt their own trade-oriented approaches to battling climate change.