global warming

To the atmosphere, this year’s “return to nature” — a silver lining for some amid a deadly virus — was virtually meaningless.
It is “abundantly clear that rapid climate change is continuing and the world is far from on track," said one climate scientist.
The year already has been marked by rising global temperatures, Arctic ice melts and intensifying wildfires and storms.
Both are urgent global crises, both are taking lives ― but our reactions are very different. Climate experts explain why.
Christiana Figueres, the lead U.N. negotiator of the Paris climate agreement, says the next decade is the most important in the history of humanity.
Christian Figueres, the lead U.N. negotiator of the Paris climate agreement, says the next decade is the most important in the history of humanity.
"I have never seen anything like this before, and I’ve been in and around this stuff for 20 years," the CEO of one environmental group reveals.
As wildfires dominate the news, experts suggest some of the best ways you can help the planet and combat climate change.
That means converting 100% of the business to renewable energy and investing in carbon-absorbing technologies.