The U.S.-China climate deal has all eyes on India. But is New Delhi ready to commit to emissions targets?
Will the U.S.-China climate deal actually do anything to stop rising global temperatures?
The landmark deal won’t cut China’s emissions for more than a decade, and it’s going to be tough for the U.S. to meet its requirements. But it's a good start.
Obama called the agreement "historic." Chinese state media yawned.
Finland's pristine environment has been ruined, activists say, by an out-of-control energy giant -- turning once pristine lakes into brown pools teeming with "monkey disease."
Obama just created a Pacific Ocean reserve almost twice the size of Texas to curb fishing and oil drilling. But it might be too little too late.
Canada scores first in the clean-coal game. But it will be a tough and expensive act to follow.
How America abandoned its role as leader of the fight to save the planet -- and killed a movement.
U.S. officials are increasingly banging the drum for greater action on climate change. Is the rest of the world listening?
We have the tools. We have the talent. Here's how we get the politicians to listen up and do something.
Cambodia's prime minister made a promise to tackle the country's most nagging social problem. Now his compatriots are taking him at his word.
From logging Tasmanian forests to dumping in the Great Barrier Reef, Prime Minister Tony Abbott is the Australian environment's worst nightmare.
The new $50 billion BRICS bank will finance a wave of heavily polluting coal plants the West wouldn't touch. And that's not all bad.
A New York tycoon won a sweetheart deal to build a massive "sustainable" palm oil plantation in Cameroon. What followed were accusations of intimidation, corruption, bribery, and deceit.
Thanks to overfishing, pollution, climate change, and terrible governance, the largest ecosystem on the planet is close to collapse.
Rising sea levels will displace millions of people over the next century. In Bangladesh, the mass migration has already begun.
Can Canada's indigenous communities stop Prime Minister Stephen Harper from turning the country into a petrostate?
First ethnic violence, now flooding. Can Kosovar Serbs catch a break?
In Central Asia, nations turn on nations and neighbors turn on neighbors -- all for a precious drop to drink.
Is Beijing suddenly getting on board in the fight against global warming?
But now the question is: Will it survive 2016?
The new rules would clean up the energy sector by 2030, but have sparked bipartisan outrage already.
The Obama administration's ambitious new clean energy policy has the coal industry on the warpath.
Farmland is contaminated, tourism is down, and companies are packing up. Beijing's first step needs to be admitting that it has an environmental crisis.
An area that produces more than half of China's grain is losing its water.