“Wind farms—especially those on land—made the largest contribution.”
A recent international study underscores the profound impact of dietary choices on public health and environmental sustainability, projecting significant reductions in premature deaths and boosts in global GDP.
An open letter was sent to 50 banks asking them to end “business as usual” practices.
The world's five largest oil companies, BP, Shell, Chevron, ExxonMobil, and TotalEnergies, reported record profits and approved major new fossil fuel projects.
From a groundbreaking trial in Montana to a “truly historic” human rights hearing in Europe, climate change litigation took big steps forward this year.
These species threatened with extinction were added to the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of Threatened Species and makes up 28 percent of the 157,190 species listed.
The current state of atmospheric CO2 levels, as revealed by the comprehensive study, marks a critical juncture in Earth's climatic history and humanity's future.
As world leaders convene with the hope of forging a path toward a sustainable future, is there a reluctance to confront one of the most critical issues in climate change mitigation head-on?
Republicans advance legislation that could leave taxpayers footing the bill for Big Oil's mess.
At COP28, a battle emerges over language that could leave the door open for 'abated' fossil fuel emissions, sparking activist outcry and calls for stricter measures.