Ethiopians planted more than 350 million trees in a single day, officials have said, in what they claimed was a world record.
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At the end of a week in which the Trump administration rolled back Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan, Mike Pence declined repeated invitations to say the human-induced climate crisis is a threat to US national security.
Administration to keep weedkiller on the market after landmark court rulings and concerns over food.
Mark Field, a minister in Britain’s Foreign Office, was suspended on Friday after he grabbed a Greenpeace activist by the neck at a black-tie dinner.
Hotter temperatures have melted as much as a quarter of Himalayan glacial ice in the past 40 years, reveals a study of declassified spy satellite photos from the 1970s.
Study finds most sensitive plant and wildlife habitats are worst affected, yet government has no clear plans to monitor impact.
While Trump's border wall has yet to be completed, the threat it poses to pollinators is already felt, according to the National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas, as reported by Transmission & Distribution World.
Extinction Rebellion has called off plans to shut down Heathrow Airport with a wave of protests during the peak holiday season.
Over 40% of Greenland experienced melting Thursday, with total ice loss estimated to be more than 2 gigatons (equal to 2 billion tons) on just that day alone.
Addressing energy leaders, pope warns of ‘catastrophic’ effects of global heating.
Greenpeace estimates 50m hectares cleared by 2020, warning companies must evolve to prevent ‘climate breakdown’