Last year, climate-linked disasters caused a record $306 billion in damage.
It's not listed on death certificates, but it's still considered "one of the great killers of our age."
Sixteen $1 billion-plus weather- and climate-related events killed at least 362 people.
So long Dirty Jobs, Clean Jobs are changing the way we work!
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By Robert Glasser The Kyoto Protocol was adopted 20 years ago and since then we have seen an explosion of extreme weather
The provision is included in a package that resembles an industry wish list.
“We cannot ignore the impact of climate change on our public health, our environment, and our economy," the Government Accountability Office says.
The notion that poisoning the planet is bad for people and profits is not shared universally.
Economic growth in developing countries doesn't have to come at the expense of the environment.
With deaths and destruction still being assessed, the California wildfires are bringing us close to the costliest year on
By Robert Glasser and William Lacy Swing* Climate change migration is reaching crisis proportions. Over the last 18 months
As the effects of global warming become undeniably visible, the EPA has proposed eliminating the country's only major climate change policy.