A group of prominent US Republicans has proposed a carbon tax that pays cash dividends to Americans.
Articles by John Upton
Trump administration’s first statement on energy, used to justify the elimination of environmental rules, was a distortion.
President-elect Trump on rounds out a potential dream team of anti-environment cabinet members with the chief executive officer of ExxonMobil.
Donald Trump is preparing to lead America during a perilous period for the 130 million residents of its coastal counties.
The state’s new climate goals are far more ambitious than those of the US overall, and they’re in line with ambitions in Europe.
To some, clouds resemble bunnies, but when scientists used NASA data to peer into clouds, what they saw resembled a hazard sign warning of a fast-deteriorating climate ahead.
The world’s greatest reservoir of ice is verging on a breakdown that could push seas to heights not experienced since prehistoric times.
National leaders have yet to sign a new United Nations climate pact, but developments during the three months since the Paris Agreement was finalized have been feverish.
Three months after the world united on climate action in Paris, the US and Canada have announced a bilateral climate agreement.
The mishmash nature of national climate pledges made under the Paris agreement is creating fresh complications for the growth of pollution trading.