The nations of the world were able to come together to phase out ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbons, so why can’t we do the same to fight global warming?
Though President Trump has withdrawn the U.S. from the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, this is no time for the 70 percent of Americans who believe climate change is happening to recoil in defeat.
Just because Trump pulled us out of the Paris climate accord doesn’t mean Americans will stop trying to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
Pope Francis wants President Trump to keep the U.S. in the Paris climate agreement, underscoring a greener outlook from the Catholic church these days.
March for Science rallies around the world on April 22 drew attention to the importance of scientific research in keeping us on track to save the planet…
Is it true that the Paris climate accord won’t be enough to stave off cataclysmic climate change, even if the U.S. and others honor their commitments?
President Trump is horrifying environmentalists by threatening to scale back the EPA and trying to get the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord…
The U.S. can’t back out of the Paris climate accord for another four years, but that won’t stop Donald Trump, if elected President, from trying to undermine the nation’s ability to make good on its COP21 commitments.
While many environmentalists wish the Paris agreement had more “teeth,” they are also glad to finally get something done and remain optimistic that participating nations will voluntarily ratchet up their commitments over time.
Betwa Sharma, a Huffington Post/Times of India journalist attending the UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris posted an article about the dismal lack of viable vegetarian options available to attendees and journalists. “Perhaps hunger sharpens your sense of irony. And it’s not easy to miss this one,” she writes. “This is the venue where nearly […]