Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue will allow agency scientists to study how farmers are responding to climate change. Adaptation is a top theme over the next five years for a department that has been accused of suppressing scientific reports.
New Orleans is gone; so is Florida. Oil is outlawed, and the nation is plunged into a second civil war marked by disease and desperate refugees. Climate fiction is a growing genre that might help readers grapple with their anxieties — or add to them.
The British oil giant sent shock waves through the industry by announcing plans to be carbon neutral. That raises a question that might take years to answer: Can it succeed and still be an oil company?
New Hampshire voters raised the chances that a climate-focused candidate will be nominated by Democrats to challenge President Trump in November.
The White House laid out its policy priorities for a second Trump term yesterday, and climate change wasn’t on the agenda.
Significantly reducing dietary levels of the amino acid methionine could slow onset and progression of inflammatory and autoimmune disorders such as multiple sclerosis in high-risk individuals, according to new findings.
Occidental Petroleum Corp., the Texas shale titan, is trying to transform itself into a “carbon manager.” In the past two years, it has invested in an array of enterprises aimed at cutting carbon from factories, power plants and the atmosphere itself.
SAPPORO, Japan — One of the world’s most popular snow festivals was nearly derailed this year by a problem that’s become increasingly well-known to winter sports organizers — warm temperatures and a lack of snow.
President Trump hinted at a policy to reduce carbon emissions. It was a first for the president in a State of the Union address — but he did not say the words “climate change.”
The mishaps that shadowed the Iowa caucuses last night throw into doubt the state’s future as the first primary contest while potentially reshaping the way presidential campaigns talk about climate change.