Angela Merkel hasn’t come close to earning her reputation for leadership on climate change.
It’s likely that 19 countries will affirm their commitment to the Paris Climate agreement, leaving Trump alone in rejecting it.
With the U.S. federal government pulling out of the Paris accords, U.S. cities, states, and the private sector are picking up the slack.
The Republicans have forsaken the planet and their role in protecting America.
Walking away from the accord puts the United State in some very bad company.
The move puts a number of politicians and business leaders at odds with the White House.
The Obama administration’s brain trust on how Trump’s rejection of the global climate change agreement is a monumental blunder.
The president argues that the voluntary deal puts the United States at an economic disadvantage.
A decision to exit would leave the U.S. isolated globally.
Two philosophers discuss the morality of family planning in the age of climate change.
The tools and techniques of the indigenous beluga hunt.
What if there were a blueprint for climate adaptation that could end a civil war? An English scientist spent his life developing one—then he vanished without a trace.
The Trump administration’s approach to science generally and to climate change in particular has the makings of a foreign-policy disaster.