It’s no wonder the president of the United Nations Climate Change Conference apologized, close to tears, at its end.
Enbridge is eyeing ways to streamline and expand the delivery of Canadian tar sands to the Gulf Coast for export.
More than 250 environmental and Indigenous groups urged President Joe Biden to cancel the auction this week.
The U.K.’s so-called “non-paper” is silent on one of the central issues on the road to climate stabilization.
Britain, host of the conference, has the influence of climate deniers and the fossil-fuel lobby on display at Glasgow.
Methane emissions are notoriously underreported and an accurate baseline is needed to measure progress toward reduction.
Climate change is forcing tribal citizens to choose between staying on ancestral lands or moving to protect themselves.
After learning that many companies were aware of climate change as early as 1977, some Republicans changed their mind.
Thunberg said she will attend November’s COP26 despite the summit’s potential for “empty talk” and “greenwashing.”
Researchers say the fossil fuel industry has a new tool to delay efforts to curb emissions: a “social justice” strategy.