The U.S. president contends that the idea of global warming was created by and for China, with the aim of making U.S. industry less competitive.
[C]ountries need to stop trying to affirm their places on the geopolitical chessboard through power plays that could get out of control at any moment.
In October, Bill De Blasio, the mayor of New York City, will visit Buenos Aires with a political initiative that should be copied by every city participating in the Urban20 forum: to sue the oil companies for the damages caused by climate change.* Last Wednesday, the Big Apple sued Chevron Corp., BP, ConocoPhillips, [Read more]
What if he is the mirror that reflects back to us a terrifying image of our society?
Trump is a danger to the world because he is ... aggressively promoting coal and other hydrocarbons and moving to dismantle federal programs that combat climate change.
For the social cost of carbon to serve the new government's aims, Pruitt's agency has had to scrape together whatever it can.
The American delegation did not stand in the way of the negotiations at the first Climate Conference after Donald Trump's promise to leave the Paris Agreement. But it didn't help either.
<i>No scientist would dare link this dry, endless summer to climate change, but we are sweltering in the heat of figures which provide overwhelming evidence.</i>
Amid the sheer outpouring of grief stemming from the ongoing Catalan debacle, I have witnessed several references to climate change, one of the biggest [Read more]