World Bank chief expects rich nations to renege on climate aid
World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said yesterday that the bank will help fill a shortfall in climate aid created when rich countries renege on their financial commitments by facilitating public and private investment.
Terrorist groups fueled by climate change — report
Climate change works with other factors to foster terrorism.
EPA reports emissions to the U.N. — but for how much longer?
U.S. greenhouse gas emissions fell 2.3 percent in 2015 compared with the previous year, President Trump's U.S. EPA has reported to the U.N. climate regime.
Your guide to who's who in the Paris Agreement showdown
Who wants to "drain the swamp" of Paris Agreement supporters? Who wants a "seat at the table"? Make sure you know where all the key players stand.
World has questions; State Department has no answers
The world has a lot of questions about how the United States is going to meet its near-term greenhouse gas emissions pledges, and so far it hasn't gotten many answers from the Trump administration.