As the coronavirus brought economies around the world to their knees, global climate change raged on.
From record-breaking wildfires to devastating hurricanes, human-driven climate change keeps killing us.
The measure, part of a wave of legislation to crush demonstrations against new oil and gas infrastructure, will reach the governor’s desk Monday.
To the atmosphere, this year’s “return to nature” — a silver lining for some amid a deadly virus — was virtually meaningless.
"You no longer have to travel far to report on a climate disaster, as one will soon come to a neighborhood near you."
New Yorkers keep voting for climate hard-liners. Next year, they'll choose a new mayor, comptroller and a majority of the City Council.
Climate change has been a topic of presidential (and vice presidential) debate for decades yet, it seems the same basic points are being litigated in 2020.
From declaring global warming will magically reverse itself to tapping two climate change contrarians for top scientific posts, Trump remains an ostrich.
“This is a climate damn emergency,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said as massive, deadly wildfires blazed across the state.
It is “abundantly clear that rapid climate change is continuing and the world is far from on track," said one climate scientist.