Nicaragua, Syria, and now the United States are the only three countries to refuse to be part of the Paris Agreement
Officials around the world warn president not to reverse climate efforts. Trump has already begun to peel away pollution rules imposed by Obama
According to a report by the Food and Agricultural Organization rising temperatures could release carbon trapped in the soil and make or break climate change response efforts.
Through a combination of varied farming practices and pest control they are saving coffee crops.
President Trump signed an executive order intended to roll back most of Barack Obama’s climate change legacy.
The number of Monarch Butterflies hibernating in Mexico dropped 27% compared to 2015.
A decade long surge in methane emissions is making the fight against climate change even harder, warned researchers.
Average concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere reached new records this year, marking a new era of climate change.
Costa Rican coffee producers are fighting climate change through agroforestry, harvesting rainwater and the use of more resisting varieties.
The country is struggling with 141 from its 339 municipalities in a state of emergency because of the loss of crops and livestock.
Through REDD+ programs Peru has earned $33.5 million dollars in the last 2 years and aims to further reduce deforestation.
An article published in Nature explains why is it possible climate change caused the peopling of the world.
Lentils, dried beans and peas, the most common pulses contribute in reducing greenhouse gas emissions as they need less fertilizer.
Over 120 million people in more than 70 countries depend on the coffee economy but climate change is halving its production.
Research shows how two-thirds of anthropogenic carbon emissions originated in 90 companies and government-run industries.
Deforestation, racism, mining companies and the oil industries are among the topics.
Experts say besides water scarcity, South American glaciers melting threats with flooding the area.
If verified the 129.2 degrees Fahrenheit temperature registered in Mitribah, Kuwait on Thursday July 21 will be making part of history.
In a study published in Scientific Reports, scientists presume species will migrate even under moderate warming scenarios.