Will he stay or will he go? Protesters at last week’s G7 meeting don’t know either.
Staffers send Trump fake news – including long-debunked climate claims – to “gain an edge in the seemingly endless ‘Game of Thrones’ inside the West Wing.
White House says decision on remaining in Paris climate accord will be made by end of May, when world leaders gather for G7 Summit in Italy.
Fiji, host of this year’s climate talks, has asked Malcolm Turnbull to urge Trump to stay with the Paris climate deal. “Climate change is not a hoax, it is frighteningly real,” Fiji PM says.
Despite the climate-denying Trump Administration, and populist movements across the world, Michael Liebreich gave plenty of reasons to be optimistic about future of wind, solar and Evs.
How can a Trump Presidency be positive? Surely this is a major setback for action on climate change, inequality, human rights and global security?
Memo to media: Ignore what Trump says, focus on what he does and who he appoints.
Donald Trump might actually reduce US emissions, however unintentionally.
Not even 24 hours after Trump’s election win, global stock markets are foretelling a comeback for the most carbon-intensive fossil fuels.
Trump appears to be a disaster in so many ways for climate and clean energy, but incumbents should not be complacent: they are more exposed then ever to disruption.