by Katie Valentine Sep 4, 2015
Experts have long predicted that the Paris talks wouldn't limit warming to 2°C on their own.
by Justin Salhani Sep 4, 2015
Refugee workers say that Europe is also largely responsible for refugee deaths at sea because they fail to provide safe and legal land routes.
by Cathleen Kelly - Guest Contributor Sep 1, 2015
"The time to heed the critics and the cynics and the deniers is past," Obama said. "Those who want to ignore the science, they are increasingly alone. They’re on their own shrinking island.”
by Ryan Koronowski Sep 1, 2015
Climate change is at the top of his agenda. But what else will the president see, and perhaps just as importantly for Alaska and the rest of the world, what won't he see?
by Samantha Page Aug 26, 2015
A new study shows that a plan to decrease emissions backfired after "criminal" activity in Russia and Ukraine flooded the carbon credit market, resulting in 600 million metric tons of emissions.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 21, 2015
Seven large oil companies, including Southwestern Energy, Statoil, and Total, have committed to reducing emissions ahead of the U.N. Paris climate talks.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 17, 2015
While the U.N. has reported a downward trend in instances of sexual abuse by its staff members in recent years, advocates believe that many might have been deterred from reporting such crimes due to a lack of whistleblower protections.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 13, 2015
One reason why the alleged abuse has persisted may be because of the image the U.N. seeks to maintain in the world.
by Samantha Page Aug 11, 2015
Australia has announced its carbon reduction pledge, and critics are not happy.
by Ari Phillips Jul 23, 2015
The French law will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, cut fossil fuels, curtail nuclear power, and increase renewables.