Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U.S. is ready to lead the global climate response and work with countries abroad to cap global carbon emissions.
President Biden is deepening America's commitment to fighting climate change. Learn how the United States is tackling this global challenge.
The U.S. is working with nations in South Asia to develop more clean energy sources that expand access and reduce pollution.
The United States is rejoining the Paris Agreement, renewing the nation's leadership in tackling the global threat of climate change.
China's government is financing coal-fired power plants in developing countries, exporting environmental pollution around the world.
As Europe enters a new era of energy diversification, the United States continues to work with European partners to ensure access to energy.
Three large U.S. cities have used new technology and environmentally friendly policies to help their residents breathe easier.
Batteries from the U.S. that rely on zinc and air may be the future of renewable energy. Eight countries in Africa, Asia and the Americas are using them.
El Salvador's growing energy demands will be met, in part, with 10 new solar energy plants that the U.S. is helping to finance.