This is what you need to know about his presidency’s proposed cuts and their effects.
Saturday 25th March we’ll listen to musicians share their love for the planet and fight climate change through their music.
The impact of climate change is not just bad weather, melting polar ice caps, and increases in sea level that may occur at some distant time in the future, rather, it is clear that the environmental consequences of climate change are killing humans right now.
Along with the Universal Basic Income a shorter work week can help reduce carbon emissions.
Nuclear weapons, climate change and Donald Trump’s election make the world closer to catastrophe.
A decade long surge in methane emissions is making the fight against climate change even harder, warned researchers.
76 female scientists from all around the world are travelling to Antarctica to battle climate change.
The transport sector is responsible for a quarter of energy related greenhouse gas emissions.
Besides disproportionally affecting the world's poor, climate change is expected to complicate addressing and resolving structural issues of inequality and social exclusion.
Research shows how two-thirds of anthropogenic carbon emissions originated in 90 companies and government-run industries.
There is a reason to be optimistic about the future of the human race despite we haven't build homes on Mars yet.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon began Monday his official visit to Argentina with a speech in which said the principal objectives of his work are achieving gender equality and doing something about climate change
The joint climate plan was announced at the North American Leaders Summit in Ottawa.
According to a Food and Agriculture Organization report food insecurity is spreading.
World Meteorological Organization concluded 2015 made history with shattered temperature records, intense heatwaves, exceptional rainfall, devastating drought and unusual tropical cyclone activity.
While the Earth’s oceans are our largest carbon sinks, in terms of land ecosystems, the Amazon stores 10 percent of the world’s carbon, probably more than anywhere else on the planet.
El Nino has brought hot weather to much of Bolivia, at least five major cities report their highest temperatures in more than half a century.
There are 24,133 glaciers in Chile – 82% of the glaciers in South America. These vast and intricate cascades of white, blue and brown not only form one of the largest freshwater reserves in the world, they are also vital to the preservation of vulnerable local ecosystems.
Briefing UN Member States on 7 January 2016 on the widely varied and devastating impacts of the current El Niño weather phenomenon – which for months has sparked massive floods in some countries while leaving others, often in the same region, bone dry
By the end of this century, as climate continues to warm, dry seasons could become longer and more intense in the Amazon region. Droughts could become more commonplace.
More than 100,000 Paraguayan’s on the move and the river flowing at its highest since 1992. Paraguay’s floods have left tragic losses, but they come as a result of a global phenomenon
The Latin American region, because of its geographical location and number of developing countries, is most vulnerable to climate change, a scenario that brings the region closer to a prolonged energy crisis.
Climate change, and the effect it is having on temperatures and ecosystems across Latin America has seen more and more governments start to think green. Paris then has served to set some ground work, raising awareness and increasing consciousness that change needs to happen now.
The conclusion of COP21 did give us an environmental agreement, the first to impose various binding and voluntary measures within its remit that will first permit a peak of greenhouse gases globally before rapidly reducing.
Negotiators and ministers have started moving at full speed and could have a revised draft text that includes targets on global emissions and financial help for developing countries, by the end of this week.
Researchers predict that 2015 could be the first year in history in which worldwide greenhouse gas emissions fall, due to a decline in coal consumption by China, while the economy grows substantially.
Despite the multiple disagreements in the Paris climate change talks, on December 5, 2015 a draft accord was handed to the French, leaving a full week for ministers to negotiate and clinch a good deal.
The UN and a large majority of environmental scientists warn that, if global temperatures rise by more than 2 C above pre-industrial levels, the consequences will be severe, extensive and irreversible.
Amid the COP21 summit in Paris, we think everyone should know what "Climate Change" is. The issue can be overwhelming. The science is complicated. Predictions about the fate of the planet carry endless caveats and asterisks.
Latin America’s economies: As memories of galloping growth fade, it is time for tough thinking about the future
Pope Francis Statement on the environment is readable and in places, beautiful. With a clear eye on some global climate-change diplomacy it affirms that carbon emitted by humans is the main reason why Earth is warming, and urges rapid action.
Pope Francis called for a radical transformation of politics, economics and individual lifestyles to confront environmental degradation and climate change.
By now the fact that climate change is a global environmental, social and economic threat comes as a surprise to few. Many world leaders even call climate change the single greatest threat to humanity in this century. Latin American cities are particularly vulnerable to the devastating effects of climate change.
Since his first homily in 2013, Pope Francis has preached about the need to protect the earth and all of creation as part of a broad message on the environment. It has caused little controversy so far.
Brazil's sowings of safrinha corn are to fall for the first time in seven years, cutting its forecast for the country's overall production of the grain