A new study looks for the source of a spike in the potent greenhouse gas methane.
A new energy report shows a disconnect between scientific research targets and what is happening in the energy markets.
One year ago today, President Trump vowed to exit the United States from the Paris climate pact. Eos discusses this with climatologist Michael Mann, author of the new book The Tantrum that Saved the World.
India’s proposed coal plants threaten to lock out its low-emission energy goals under the international climate accord.
Governors, mayors, citizen groups, and others are moving ahead with regional and smaller-scale efforts to counteract climate change in the wake of the U.S. decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement.
The International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics also criticizes the U.S. withdrawal from the Green Climate Fund as perhaps more damaging than the nation’s exit from the Paris climate agreement.
Scientists and others decry the decision, arguing that it will slow efforts to address the risks of climate change.
The Trump Administration has pulled the United States out of a landmark climate accord. But withdrawal does not change the science of how our planet works.
Still, much work remains to limit emissions and damage from climate change, said top United Nations and World Bank officials, scientists, and leaders of organizations combating the climate threat.
Enough member states in the European Union have already individually ratified the agreement to meet the emissions requirement for the agreement to go into force.