The release of a nuclear isotope traced to an area in the Ural Mountains was harmless, but Moscow’s reluctance to release data has spurred fears of future cover-ups.
Seven climbers scaled a 300-foot crane to unfurl a sign protesting the policies of President Trump.
Beijing and other parts of China have for days been under a “red alert” issued because of dangerously bad air quality.
Donations from fossil fuel companies and others who deny climate change are tainted, a letter from scientists and environmental groups says.
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Newly released documents show the extent of the links between corporate interests and the published work of Wei-Hock Soon, a Smithsonian-affiliated scientist who has tried to debunk the consensus about global warming.
An environmental journalist says the Lima summit mainly shows how climate diplomacy is racing to catch up with energy progress on the ground.
A sign urging environmental action during a United Nations summit meeting on climate change was placed near a 1,000-year-old geoglyph that is a cultural treasure in Peru. Officials are outraged over the trespassing and the disturbance of the ancient gr…
In countries like Brazil, where the economy has been slowing, government policy is prioritizing growth over plans to cut carbon emissions.
Mexico has passed laws to regulate emissions and promote renewable energy, but some analysts doubt it will commit the resources to meet its much-lauded goals.