Starving people cut trees to grow food. That made it worse
North Korea holds a Tree Planting Day every March. The question is whether it helps regreen a largely denuded nation whose people face food shortages, deadly natural disasters and bitterly cold winters.
Former Irish leader on climate denial, podcasts and feminism
Mary Robinson didn't become a climate justice campaigner until after she'd served as Ireland's first female president and the United Nations' top human rights official.
Extreme weather pummeled nation before talks with Trump
North Korea is often seen as threatening nuclear winter, but hot temperatures are the real killer.
Board approves Trump's pick for president
The World Bank's board of directors on Friday unanimously confirmed President Trump pick David Malpass to be the institution's next president.
NATO chief notes 'serious disagreements' on climate, energy
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg today briefly touched on the differences of opinion on climate change between President Trump and America's closest military allies during remarks to a joint meeting of Congress.