President Joe Biden told world leaders at the U.N. climate conference that the United States is “working overtime” to spearhead the fight against global climate change.
India succeeded in loosening language around coal emissions at the last minute.
COP26 was hailed as a last-gasp chance to halt the climate crisis before it destroys our way of life for good. Did it work?
Five years after the Paris Agreement, the world may finally call out fossil fuels by name. But the so-called Glasgow Agreement punts on most other issues.
The group Global Witness said it was time for the fossil fuel industry to "commit to a future where expert and activist voices are given centerstage.”
"When it comes to climate, time really is running out," Obama told climate advocates.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators turned out to pressure world leaders to make real, impactful changes to slow the climate crisis.
At the COP26 summit, the president stressed the importance of preserving forests to fight climate change — but critics say his policies tell another story.
But many major economies including the United States, China, India and Japan have set no formal dates for ending the use of coal.
"The Late Show" host riffed on Brazil's president confusing climate envoy John Kerry with the comic actor.