Seas Rise, Trees Die: Climate Change Before Your EyesThey're called "ghost forests" — dead trees along vast swaths of coastline invaded by rising seas, something scientists call one of the most visible markers of climate change.
California Lawmakers To Decide Fate Of Landmark Climate LawCalifornia lawmakers are nearing a decision that will decide the fate of a climate initiative that their governor holds up as a model to be replicated around the world to confront rising global temperatures.
Tillerson In Focus As Exxon Investigation IntensifiesNew York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman expands his sweeping probe into whether Tillerson's former employer, ExxonMobil, misled investors about the impact of climate change.
Existing Climate Efforts Expected To Keep U.S. Goals On TrackThe momentum of climate change efforts and the affordability of cleaner fuels should keep the United States moving toward its goals of cutting emissions despite the Trump administration's withdrawal from the Paris global accord.
Climate Change Raises New Risk: Are Inland Bridges Too Low?Climate change is often seen as posing the greatest risk to coastal areas. But the nation's inland cities face perils of their own, including more intense storms and more frequent flooding.
Reaction To Trump Climate Accord Decision Depends On Party AffiliationThe reaction among Texas leaders to President Donald Trump's decision to pull the United States after the Paris climate agreement largely fell along partisan lines.
Trump's Global Warming Announcement Out TodayPresident Donald Trump says he'll announce his decision on whether he'll pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord during a Rose Garden event Thursday.
Exxon Mobil Investors Vote For Climate Change ReportExxon Mobil shareholders on Wednesday pushed the company to report and disclose whether regulations designed to reduce climate change will hurt the oil giant's business.
Bill Could Turn Back Page, Return Power To Texas Board Of Education The often-combative Texas Board of Education would expand its ability to reject textbooks it doesn't like, rolling back limits that have been in place for more than two decades, under a proposal on the verge of clearing the state Legislature.
Marchers Use Trump's 100th Day To Protest Climate PoliciesThousands of people across the U.S. marched Saturday on President Donald Trump's 100th day in office to demand action on climate change.
Texas Judge Orders Exxon Mobil Case Transferred To New YorkA federal judge in Texas has ordered a case involving Exxon Mobil and the attorneys general of Massachusetts and New York be transferred from Texas to a federal court in New York.
South Dakota Bill Leaves Evolution Skepticism Up To TeachersSouth Dakota is one of at least three states, along with Texas and Oklahoma, considering a bill on whether to let teachers decide how much skepticism to work into lessons on contentious scientific topics such as evolution and climate change.