In Trump budget briefing, 'climate change musical' is cited as tax waste. Wait, what?
When asked if the administration considered climate change programs to be taxpayer waste, Mulvaney replied, “The National Science Foundation last year used your taxpayer money to fund a climate change musical. Do you think that's a waste of your money ...
Trump Budget Plan Targets Climate Change Science, Clean Energy Innovation for Deep Cuts
Mulvaney: Trump budget pulls back from 'crazy' climate stuff
Trump Cuts 'Crazy' Obama Spending on Climate Change, Sends $4.1T Budget to Congress
Stop hoping we can fix climate change by pulling carbon out of the ...
Researchers debunk the idea that we can plant huge new areas of trees — and then potentially burn them for energy — to stop climate change.
More people heading to court to spur action on climate change, study finds
Governments around the world are increasingly being challenged in court to do more to combat the threat of climate change, with litigation ranging from a group's attempt to stop an airport runway in Austria to a Pakistani farmer suing his government ...
On climate change: 'Do something, do anything, just don't do nothing'
Could governments and oil companies get sued for inaction on climate change?
Climate change court cases on the rise globally, majority in US
Tackling climate change will boost economic growth, OECD says
A new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) says that the integration of measures to fight climate change into economic policy will aid economic growth, both in the medium and long term. The report – Investing in ...
Climate change part of SAs govt program: Molewa
New York Times
Fighting Trump on Climate, California Becomes a Global Force
New York Times
As President Trump moves to reverse the Obama administration's policies on climate change, California is emerging as the nation's de facto negotiator with the world on the environment. The state is pushing back on everything from White House efforts to ...
Seven in 10 Brits support 'world government' to protect humanity from global catastrophes
Nearly seven out of 10 people in the UK support the creation of a form of world government that would be able to force countries to deal with major risks facing the world such as climate change and nuclear weapons, according to a major new survey.
8 in 10 people now see climate change as a 'catastrophic risk': survey
8 in 10 people now see climate change as a "catastrophic risk" - survey
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Scientists planting 400 acres of Minnesota pines to survive climate change
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Now, climate change is forcing a different kind of evolution on the southern, most vulnerable, edge of the boreal forest. The giant, long-living pines are disappearing, replaced by more southern species like red maple as tree species across the country ...
How to break the political logjam on climate change
But climate protection has won new allies from an interesting direction: the right. "Conservation" and “conservative” share the root "conserve," and four key sectors have made the connection with climate change. Religious conservatives cite an ...
Roberts letter: Climate change
Regarding the Statesman's coverage of the climate change marches on April 29: How many marches and rallies for climate change action will it take for our state and national leaders to consider legislation that would help us reduce our reliance on ...
Donald Trump's climate change denial guru says US President faces 'impending disaster'
A Momentous Month for Tackling Climate Change
China and India Make Big Strides on Climate Change
As Trump Ignores Climate Change, Seas Threaten to Swallow Alaskan Villages
As Trump Ignores Climate Change, Seas Threaten to Swallow Alaskan Villages. The rapidly warming Arctic means that dozens of villages inhabited by Alaskan native peoples need to relocate — but the money isn't there. By John Light | May 23, 2017.