The climate emergency has put the world in grave peril, but that is hard to tell when watching the news or looking at the overall global response to the climate crisis, which continues to be lax.
Kerry said the U.S. can still regain the world's trust by acting decisively on climate change now.
Climate change is humanity's biggest challenge since World War II and needs a similar level of mobilization, said PricewaterhouseCoopers Chairman Robert Moritz.
In most countries, partisan and age differences shape attitudes.
A new report from Pew Research Center shows most people are willing to change, but shows a strong ideological split in the U.S.
The costs of climate adaptation in developing countries are expected to grow to as much as $300 billion dollars a year by 2030, said Secretary General Guterres.
There must be an honest acknowledgment that no one person can solve climate change alone, says climate psychologist Renée Lertzman.
"If you use Aspiration, you will, according to the firm's materials, 'save the planet.'
They’re all for saving the world, as long as they don’t have to pay for it
Regarding the Sept. 16 obituary for the Right Rev. John Shelby Spong, “
The degrowth movement argues climate change isn’t a problem we can simply innovate our way out of.
Global warming is likely to cause abrupt changes to important algal communities because of shifting biodiversity 'break point' boundaries in the oceans—according to research from the University of East Anglia and the Earlham Institute.