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
G20 countries manage to avoid a total bust-up with Donald Trump over climate change, leaving the door open for Washington to return to the Paris Agreement
Erdogan: 'After that step taken by America, the position that we adopt is in the direction of not passing it in parliament'
The G20 group of major economies gathers in Hamburg amid a storm of geopolitical crises threatening to push climate change down the agenda
Meeting Xi Jinping in China, Governor Jerry Brown steps up as the global face of progressive climate policy in the US.
French officials 'have decided to set up a priority research program for the fight against climate change,' says the environment ministry
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
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
(UPDATED) An American pullout from the 196-nation Paris Agreement would deal a major blow to the so-called 'climate diplomacy'
Secretary General Antonio Guterres says it is 'absolutely essential' that the world implements the 2015 Paris climate agreement 'with increased ambition'
(3rd UPDATE) 'I will make my final decision on the Paris Accord next week,' says US President Donald Trump in a tweet
Right climate policies can help governments 'generate growth that will significantly reduce the risks of climate change,' an OECD report says
At the 8th Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin, both Germany and China say the United States leaving the agreement would not benefit it economically
See the level of emissions and the number of trees Secretary Vernice Victorio's household needs to plant to offset it
President Rodrigo Duterte earlier signed the agreement despite his misgivings
The United States 'reserved its position' on the text about commitments made by G7 countries under the 2015 Paris climate accord, says Carlo Calenda, Italian minister for economic development, who chaired the meeting in Rome
Senator Loren Legarda says the Paris climate deal will enter into force for the Philippines on Earth Day, April 22
The Climate Change Commission also says the Senate's swift concurrence to the ratification 'reflects the sense of global urgency needed'
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(UPDATED) Voting 22-0, senators seal the Philippines' ratification of the landmark international agreement on climate change
'By ratifying the Paris Agreement, we will be able to maximize our climate adaptation and mitigation efforts to protect the Filipino people,' says Environment Secretary Gina Lopez
'We need to view Batanes in a different light: less glossy than in travel magazines yet less desperate than in weather reports; a real place where people affected by climate change live'
For remote communities in Batanes, weathering typhoons is nothing new, but climate change threatens to uproot their homes and destroy their livelihoods. Watch this 360 video on how communities in Itbayat are facing their new normal.
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(UPDATED) The Office of the President submits the signed 'Instrument of Accession' to the Senate for concurrence on Wednesday, March 1
Donald Trump could enact sweeping changes to environmental policy in the beginning days of his administration, with far-reaching effects both in the United States and around the world
Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III is confident the Senate will ratify the deal after President Rodrigo Duterte signs it
Michael Bloomberg: 'If we are going to avoid the worst impacts of global warming, cities are going to have to play an even bigger role in the months and years ahead'
As leaders of busy, polluted cities home to millions of people, they want countries to push on with adopting the so-called Paris Agreement to limit harmful emissions – an accord that Trump has cast doubt on
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
He said he also wanted to see how much the Paris climate accord 'will cost our companies' and its impact on US competitiveness.
Donald Trump is seen by many as the most hostile to science of any American president in history
Rich nations pledged back in 2009 to mobilize $100 billion (93 billion euros) per year from 2020 for climate aid to the developing world, but poor nations are insisting on a clear roadmap for reaching the goal
(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'
'No, the election of Donald Trump does not hover over this COP anymore,' says Moroccan foreign minister Salaheddine Mezouar
Viewers at election-watching events around Asia stared at giant screens tallying the returns as they digested the impact of Trump possibly heading the world's most powerful nation
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The President reaches the decision barely 3 months after he declared his misgivings about it
As 15,000 negotiators, CEOs and activists from 196 nations gathered in Marrakesh settle in for the 12-day UN talks, all eyes are on the United States, where voting Tuesday November 8, could thrust climate denier Donald Trump into the White House
Environment Secretary Gina Lopez says she still has to 'clarify things' and 'get more clarity on what the President wants'
'We're facing the consequences of climate change already in Iran. It's not a matter of the future, it's a matter of today,' says Vice President Massoumeh Ebtekar
Former president Fidel V. Ramos wants President Rodrigo Duterte to approve the climate deal so the Senate may ratify it, because it would 'advance the interests' of Filipinos