With Monday’s release of landmark rules to combat global warming, President Barack Obama is putting into place what probably will be the last piece of his ambitious second-term agenda.
Environmental groups have said drilling for oil in the Arctic conflicts with the Obama administration’s efforts to fight climate change.
“This Week In Health” offers some highlights from the world of health news and wellness tips that you may have missed this week: edible marijuana, skinny jeans, meningitis, and climate change.
“Families losing their jobs cannot afford solar panels on their homes when they can no longer afford their homes because they have no job.”
“The violence present in our hearts, wounded by sin, is also reflected in the symptoms of sickness evident in the soil, in the water, in the air and in all forms of human life.”
After having conflated religion and politics for so long, many conservatives now contend with the Pope advancing a progressive vision on some key issues.
For years Donald Trump has boasted about what a great president he would make, while never actually running for any elected office himself. That came to an end Tuesday. As he enters his first political campaign, here are five things from The Donald’s formidable career to keep in mind.
Two drivers — a country’s population and its affluence — are most important in determining greenhouse gas emissions
The leaders of the most powerful countries also tackled threats to global security posed by Islamist extremism and risks to the global economy from Greece.
If Congress does not authorize funding for clean energy and efficiency innovations, the negative effects will be far-reaching.
Since man first etched images on cave walls, he has pondered his demise, whether by fires, storms, meteors, gods, wars, plagues, alien invaders, nuclear weapons, or financial meltdowns.
Global warming is good for your lawn, Texas paranoia abounds, and we found the most adorably deranged complaint ever filed in federal court. Welcome to “This Week In Crazy.”
A narrow segment of our population have become pathologically resistant to even the mention of “climate change” — Republican political officials and candidates.
The stakes are high in ‘The Age Of Sustainable Development,’ but as Jeffrey D. Sachs makes clear, the demands for environmental justice are vital.
The proposal would cut funding to NASA’s Earth Sciences division, which researches the planet’s natural systems and processes — including climate change, severe weather, and glaciers.
Obama visits the Florida Everglades on Earth Day, to address climate change and environmental conservation. His escort will not be Governor Scott, but Bill Nye, ‘The Science Guy.’
U.S. President Barack Obama will travel to Florida’s Everglades Wednesday hoping to reframe the debate on climate change ahead of a vital few months that will shape his environmental legacy.
Americans like the sound of moderation. Confronting climate change, abortion restrictions, or tax inequities, we may compromise together — but we must first agree the problem exists.