Meeting Xi Jinping in China, Governor Jerry Brown steps up as the global face of progressive climate policy in the US.
The authors call on leaders set to gather at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7-8 to highlight 2020 as a make-or-break point for taking action
Cordillera and Muslim Mindanao officials tell congressmen the regions can't attain fiscal autonomy because firms that exploit their resources pay taxes in Manila
'President Trump's disappointing decision to withdraw from the agreement will actually have the opposite effect in terms of execution,' the mayor of Atlanta says
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Politicians and legal experts launch a campaign for a global pact to protect the human right to a clean, healthy environment
Part of the Tacloban Astrodome, which provided refuge to residents during the onslaught of Haiyan in 2013, will be turned into a museum in Leyte's capital
As the northern hemisphere marks the summer solstice, the mercury hovers around 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit) across oven-like swathes of Europe, including Italy, Austria, the Netherlands and even alpine Switzerland
In future, the tropics will be hit hardest, according to the study, which forecasts the number of 'deadly days' under 3 different carbon pollution scenarios
Aside from providing physical light, the Light Up Philippines campaign also aims to provide a brighter future for beneficiary children by maximizing their potentials
French officials 'have decided to set up a priority research program for the fight against climate change,' says the environment ministry
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'Climate change is like a fever' that must be fought, Ban Ki-Moon tells a conference in Madrid, saying he was deeply concerned about the US withdrawal. 'I think President Trump is standing on the wrong side of history.'
(UPDATED) French minister Nicolas Hulot says US allies are determined not to let Trump's controversial climate stance 'poison' cooperation on other ecological issues, and said the world could work around the US position
Italian Environment Minister Gian Luca Galletti: 'Italy and the overwhelming majority of countries regard Paris as irreversible and non-negotiable'
Under the Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022, PH's agriculture and mining industry cater to foreign economies while its people look for jobs abroad, according to IBON Foundation
(4th UPDATE) 'Italy and the overwhelming majority of countries regard Paris as irreversible and non-negotiable,' says Italian Environment Minister Gian Luca Galletti
The UN's first-ever ocean conference opened June 5 under the shadow of the US exit from the 190-plus Paris agreement on climate change
Seagrass gardens sustain different marine species, and provide livelihood to residents of coastal villages
'This is the only way we can spread the word: Something is happening. Our planet is about to be great again,' the website says
'There are still some in powerful places who are resisting reality, who are resisting the obvious science that we know governs our lives,' says California Governor Jerry Brown
Big names like Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Levi Strauss and Tiffany are in the group, called 'We Are Still In,' along with more than 100 mayors and governors
'For the Philippines, we have an opportunity today to reduce our reliance on foreign coal, and to ride the investment boom in clean energy'
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes the commitment after President Donald Trump said the US will withdraw from the Paris Agreement
The US has blocked important decisions on climate finance, adaptation, and loss and damage. Without the US at the negotiating table, developing countries might even gain some leverage.
Trump's announcement means America, war-torn Syria and Nicaragua are now the only countries to reject the hard-won climate accord, although for very different reasons
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Trump's top climate advisor Scott Pruitt: 'The world applauded when we joined Paris. And you know why? I think they applauded because they knew it would put this country at a disadvantage.'
The foreign ministry's own video uses the same format – background, font, images and music – as the White House version but adds facts to debunk the White House claims
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The head of the World Meteorological Organization's atmospheric research and environment department underscores the likely impact of US President Donald Trump's widely-condemned decision remains far from clear
'Grassroots communities shall link arms together, and vulnerable countries like the Philippines shall continue demanding for climate justice,' says The Climate Reality Project Philippines
'Americans will honor and fulfill the Paris Agreement by leading from the bottom up – and there isn't anything Washington can do to stop us,' Bloomberg says
(UPDATED) 'We think the Paris accord reflects the widest agreement of the international community with regards to climate change, and parties should cherish this hard-won outcome,' says foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying
France's Laurent Fabius says US President Donald Trump will never 'destroy the Paris accord' which 'was the best compromise possible'
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The Philippines, one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change, affirms its commitment to the 2015 Paris Agreement and urges other countries to 'become even more vigilant'
Macron: 'To all scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, responsible citizens who were disappointed by the decision of the president the United States, I want to say that they will find in France a second homeland'
The reactions from across the business world – including oil producers, the tech sector and finance – stood apart from Trump's portrayal of the decision as a needed corrective to rules that could stymie commerce
In a potentially dramatic shift in diplomatic roles, the European Union now aims to join heavyweight China in trying to galvanize the world into implementing the landmark 2015 agreement
(UPDATED) A recent poll shows a majority of Americans in every state, or 69% of US voters, believe the United States should participate in the agreement
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(UPDATED) With France's Emmanuel Macron taking the lead, they lash Trump's decision as misguided and vow to defend an accord they portrayed as crucial for the planet's future
(UPDATED) 'I cannot, in good conscience, support a deal that punishes the United States,' the American president says
'China will continue to implement promises made in the Paris Agreement, to move towards the 2030 goal step by step steadfastly,' Li says in a Berlin joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel
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(UPDATED) 'The Paris Agreement will continue with full force of implementation even if the US pulls out,' a senior EU official tells reporters on condition of anonymity
Learn more about the first universal climate treaty, the Paris Agreement, in this primer
(UPDATED) An American pullout from the 196-nation Paris Agreement would deal a major blow to the so-called 'climate diplomacy'