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An environmental group sued to force the government to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25% from 1990 levels by the end of 2020.
Just like in the U.S., the transition away from coal is a polarizing topic in Australia with no easy solutions.
Researchers are starting to look at how bands can limit carbon emissions on tour.
Climate change-linked floods, storms and wildfires battered countries across the world in 2019. We look at the five biggest threads of the year.
Biochar is made from natural materials such as straw and shells, and it can sequester carbon.
Indigenous youth activist Helena Gualinga talks about her activism on the last day of the United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Andri Magnason challenges people to frame the climate crisis by looking backward to their past, a time frame they understand, instead of the future which is impossible to grasp.
The CEO of Brim Fisheries, one of Iceland's largest fisheries, says using enviromnental-friendly practices is not only possible but also the best way to ensure financial security.
Many activists are frustrated by what they call a "lack of urgency" to stop the rising sea levels and greenhouse emissions.
In many ways, Iceland is ground zero for climate change. In July, a funeral was held for one of its 300 glaciers — all of which are melting.
Some scientists are calling it a potential solution to the global climate crisis.
For most people, reducing their carbon footprint means driving less, composting and recycling. But how about what's in their closets?
Certain animals, such as fish, can sense and avoid unfavorable weather conditions.
Heliogen uses mirrors to magnify sunlight which creates temperatures hot enough to mix cement or create steel.
The study says wind farm operators are likely to benefit from the uptick in wind speeds since faster wind means more efficient wind turbines.
Germany is one of the world's largest coal consumers, but the country is trying to cut back.
Scientists in Oahu are taking underwater photos to document coral bleaching.
The conditions have sparked a fresh debate among government leaders about the role of climate change.
Miami-Dade County in Florida is grappling with how to protect itself from sea level rise and flooding from hurricanes.
The biggest known aquatic "dead zone" is in the Gulf of Oman. The waters seem calm but are a bad sign for the climate and sea life.