Oil and gas production is the nation's largest industrial source of methane, the main component of natural gas, and is a key target for the Biden administration as it seeks to combat climate change.
World leaders are discussing how to get climate change under control, but new reports show the post-pandemic rebound and war in Ukraine are driving emissions even higher.
Russia's war in Ukraine also threatens to wreck climate goals, members of Congress arrive, and an actor changes his name to draw attention to global warming
A U.S. funding plan for lower-income countries faced criticism and a big map of who is releasing greenhouse gasses was released. Here's what happened at COP27 today.
The plan would allow companies to buy carbon credits from developing nations that cut their greenhouse gas emissions. Critics say carbon markets often fail to deliver climate benefits.
Private investment is crucial to addressing climate change. But a big barrier to private investment in developing countries is the perception that risks are higher than in industrialized nations.
Researchers at Oxfam, a nonprofit devoted to combating poverty, examined billionaires who collectively own $2.4 trillion in company equity, with investments across 183 companies.
The storm is expected to strengthen into a hurricane. It's headed for parts of the Bahamas and Florida that are still feeling the effects of previous hurricanes.
Pakistan's leader sounded the alarm, climate scientists called for more equitable research and the U.N. tried to crack down on greenwashing. Here's what happened at COP27 today.
Welcome to the travel blog for the NPR project that examined how the ripples of climate change radiate outward.