Forty-three of the world’s biggest psychological associations have signed a new resolution declaring they will use science to combat climate change.
President Trump’s nominee to lead the Federal Emergency Management Agency said at his confirmation hearing yesterday that he doesn’t know if climate change is the cause of the increasingly frequent and damaging natural disasters that have strained FEMA in recent years.
Climate activists announced plans yesterday to stage a hunger strike to demand a meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Wells Griffith and Fiona Hill were seated on a couch in the White House with a small group of Trump administration officials and their Ukrainian counterparts when they realized two meetings were happening simultaneously in the same room.
The Greens’ electoral alliance with the Liberal Democrats (and Plaid Cymru) risks throwing their eco-socialism out with the remain bathwater (Report, 8 November). Greens have far more in common with Labour. Unlike the Lib Dems, Labour and the Greens support…
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s decision to host the United Nations climate talks in Madrid next month was widely popular at home, but it remains to be seen whether this Sunday’s election will give the center-left leader the mandate he needs to finally implement his party’s Green New Deal.
Storm surge and rising seas threaten homes across coastal communities. But a community’s response to those risks is influenced by multiple factors, including geography, property values, socioeconomic status and racial diversity.
The Trump administration is delaying until after the 2020 elections a plan to increase the cost of federal flood insurance for millions of people, saying it wants to “protect policyholders” as it adjusts premiums so they better reflect each property’s risk of flood damage.
Virginia voters go to the polls today in a preview of climate advocates’ strength heading into the 2020 presidential race.