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The Trump administration is paving the way for polluters.
From oil spills to burning rivers, view snapshots of some of the most catastrophic pollution events in U.S. history that inspired environmental protection efforts.
‘Mass timber’ receives praise for its carbon sink potential, while concrete and steel reinvent themselves to curb emissions.
Plus Bezos’ billions, a retreat from an oil sands project, and more in this week’s roundup of climate news.
Indigenous tribes are centering climate change management strategies around traditional practices.
Former Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine speaks on a vulnerable country’s plan to stay put in the face of climate change, and why other countries should pay attention.
A quarter of the world’s corals are now dead—but scientists on the front lines of the coral crisis are working on some inspiring solutions.
Retreating from flooding caused by climate change may seem unappealing. But communities are increasingly embracing the idea.
Mayors from 435 U.S. cities have signed on to follow the Paris Climate Agreement.
El aumento en inundaciones causado por cambios climáticos obliga a propietarios de vivienda a desalojar. La idea comienza a ser aceptada por algunos.
More and more industries are responding to climate change. Will fashion brands follow suit?
President Trump is wrestling with the state of California over who gets to define auto emissions standards for carmakers: California or the federal government?
From the ski slopes to casinos, how climate change is affecting the tourism industry in Lake Tahoe and other recreation communities.
Cities have always been hotter than their surroundings. Meet the people trying to cool off the urban jungle even as the globe warms.
The differing presidential candidates climate agendas include the Green New Deal, increased spending, and executive action.
From “Sponge Cities” in China to small “pocket prairies” in Houston, cities are fortifying communities to better prepare for wetter environments.