More than 400,000 reportedly showed up for a rally in New York City aimed at showing the world that the United States not only cares about climate change, but will take the lead on proposals to curb carbon — a “People’s Climate March” that comes just days before an important U.N. climate conference.
A part of the $800 billion stimulus package that President Obama pushed through Congress in 2009 was aimed at reducing diesel emissions and helping the environment, but a big chunk of it may have gone up in smoke, according to a new internal audit.
The Cato Institute announced Thursday that it will expand its Center on the Study of Science with the addition of two prominent climate scholars with a history of challenging the prevailing narrative on global warming.
A taxpayer-funded musical on climate change is closing its curtains early amid a storm of criticism from reviewers and lawmakers.
Leonardo DiCaprio has been tapped by the United Nations to be its Messenger of Peace on Climate Change, the international organization announced on Tuesday.