As the world’s largest economies and the largest greenhouse gas emitters, the U.S. and China have a leading role to play in addressing climate change.
The sun that warms the beaches and the winds that carried the first European ships to the Caribbean centuries ago are shaping the region’s future again.
The U.S. and China, the world’s two largest economies and biggest greenhouse gas emitters, surprised the world with their plans to combat climate change.
The Earth Day Network coordinates activities that raise awareness of local environmental issues, as well as global climate change, in 192 countries.
The ocean ecosystem regulates climate, produces oxygen, and feeds about three billion people. But our oceans may not be able to provide these benefits much longer.
The news from the Arctic: It's getting warmer faster than most other places on the Earth. Arctic melting leads to ... more Arctic melting.
Women, who are important managers of natural resources, will be major factors in constructive responses to climate change.
What will you be doing in 2025? The United States is going to be producing 26 percent less greenhouse gas than it did in 2005.
A range of Arctic animals is staring at a precarious future with the well-documented loss of sea ice at the top of the world.