What wets your whistle? It’s another day and another dire warning from the UN.
How much does our use of air travel contribute to the problem of climate change? And is it more damaging that it is being created higher in our atmosphere?
Countries are currently in crucial talks in the 2019 UN Climate Conference—known as COP25—aimed finalizing rules for the 2015 Paris Agreement, which enjoins nations to work to cap global warming to 1.5 Celsius above pre-industrial temperatures. by Gaea Katreena Cabico
First, it was "global warming" and/or "global cooling." Then when they figured out that they couldn't accurately predict which way it was going to go, they settled on "climate change." Apparently, that phrase just doesn't have the oomph it once did, and]]
Like Ronald Bailey, I used to be skeptical that climate change posed a serious environmental threat and questioned the wisdom of policy responses. Climate change featured prominently in Bailey's Eco-Scam, and I edited a book and helped develop a policy program aimed at forestalling U.S. adoption of limits on greenhouse gases. And like Bailey, I no longer hold to that view, and I'm now willing to consider policy interventions I would once have rejected out of hand. (The Niskanen Center's Jerry...
What's the carbon footprint of a military invasion?
The Labour Party's Marxist Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, has threatened that businesses will be banned from the London Stock Exchange if they fail to act on climate change.
International climate talks kicked off on Monday in Madrid, and a delegation of U.S. House Democrats showed up to tell the world how much they care about climate change. But they actually revealed, uh, how little action they’ve actually taken to appropriately address the severity of the crisis.
The U.S. began the formal withdrawal process from the Paris Climate Agreement earlier this month.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi assured global leaders at the United Nations climate summit in Madrid Monday that Congress will continue pushing forward in the fight "to save the planet" despite President Trump's official withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement last month.
Actress, climate activist, and Dame Emma Thompson, 60, issued a dire prediction of what life will be like due to climate change.
Findings confirm reliability of projections of temperature changes over last 50 years