Can a splash of gray pavement paint help combat global warming?
'Americans are feeling the effects of climate change right now,' says the report by 13 federal agencies not yet released or approved by President Donald Trump's administration
The State Department says Washington is still committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions and engaging with the international community on combating climate change
Researchers say they still don't understand how or why carbon dioxide emissions sap protein and other nutrients from plants, but the mystery is one that could have devastating consequences across the globe
There is a 5% chance of limiting average global warming to under two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit), the target set in the 2015 climate-rescue Paris Agreement, researchers say
About 30% of the coral reef off the coast of Tsushima island in Japan, which lies in the temperate zone, suffered bleaching, researchers say
The G20 group of major economies gathers in Hamburg amid a storm of geopolitical crises threatening to push climate change down the agenda
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
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
French officials 'have decided to set up a priority research program for the fight against climate change,' says the environment ministry
Seagrass gardens sustain different marine species, and provide livelihood to residents of coastal villages
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
(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
(UPDATED) An American pullout from the 196-nation Paris Agreement would deal a major blow to the so-called 'climate diplomacy'
Such a temperature spike can have dire consequences for the health of city-dwellers and put pressure on already strained natural resources
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the views of the Arctic Council would be taken into account, but that Washington's policy will be based on US interests
Global warming has caused ice to melt faster than normal in the Antarctic, but a study suggests the rate of loss in some areas may be slower than previously thought
Cities must make haste in reinforcing defenses against climate change-induced flooding and heat waves, experts warn this week
See the level of emissions and the number of trees Secretary Vernice Victorio's household needs to plant to offset it
(UPDATED) Millions of people from some 170 countries and territories are expected to take part in the annual bid to highlight global warming caused by the burning of coal, oil and gas to drive cars and power plants
The disappearing sea ice comes as the planet has marked 3 years in a row of record-breaking heat, raising new concerns about the accelerating pace of global warming
Glaciers hold the memory of former climates and help to predict future environmental changes, says the Institute of Research for Development
(UPDATED) Voting 22-0, senators seal the Philippines' ratification of the landmark international agreement on climate change
Intense heatwaves, bushfires and flooding plagued the December-February summer season with more than 200 records broken over 90 days, the independent Climate Council said in a report
(UPDATED) The Office of the President submits the signed 'Instrument of Accession' to the Senate for concurrence on Wednesday, March 1
An independent report says the 'unprecedented' bleaching and coral die-off in 2016 was 'a game changer'
A community in Bataan complains of health problems that were allegedly caused by the power plants in their area
Scientists in Britain find that small natural ponds gradually lose the capacity to soak up one kind of greenhouse gas and give off even more of another.
After the President signs the 'Instrument of Accession,' it will be sent to Senate for concurrence, after which it becomes a legally-binding treaty
The figures are among the highest ever issued by the US government, and take into account new scientific studies on the disappearing ice cover in Greenland and Antarctica
Temperatures spiked to new national highs in parts of India, Kuwait and Iran, while sea ice melted faster than ever in the fragile Arctic, says the report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
A reported pause in global warming between 1998 and 2014 was false, according to US-British research confirming the findings of a controversial US study on ocean warming
Even without the final data from December, a NOAA report says 2016 is 'on pace to be record warm'
'[There is] fear that there will be either funding cuts to really critical climate science work, or retribution for their work on climate change'
'The report card this year clearly shows a stronger and more pronounced signal of persistent warming than any previous year in our observational record' going back to 1900, NOAA says
While the President believes 'there is really climate change,' he thinks the treaty will only lead rich countries to bully poor ones
Environmentalists are gearing up to battle President-elect Donald Trump, who promised on the campaign trail to roll back laws and regulations that protect the environment and fight global warming
Donald Trump's stay of execution for pulling the United States out of a landmark climate pact is welcomed by diplomats and experts, even as they fret about appointments and decisions yet to come
Despite a boom in renewables, especially solar and wind, 'the necessary energy revolution is still happening too slowly,' the Climate Change Performance Index 2017 reports on the margins of UN climate talks in Marrakesh
(UPDATED) Ban Ki-Moon: 'I have explained at length about our expectations and our hope that... president-elect Mr Trump will hear and understand the seriousness and urgency of addressing climate change'
Emissions of planet-warming carbon dioxide stayed level in 2015 at 36.3 billion tons (GtCO2) and are projected to rise 'only slightly,' by 0.2% in 2016
Trump 'cannot prevent the implementation' of the landmark Paris pact, inked in the French capital last December, says Segolene Royal, France's environment minister and outgoing head of the UN climate forum
Nearly 100 countries ratify or accept the landmark agreement that seeks to curb global warming, but the Philippines is not among them
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The President reaches the decision barely 3 months after he declared his misgivings about it