The historic agreement calls for "deep reductions in global emissions." But how deep will those reductions be — and how soon, and who's paying for it?
"History is here. All the conditions are met. The decisive agreement for the planet is now," French President Francois Hollande said Saturday.
Justin Derner's job is to help farmers and ranchers struggling with climate change. But what if they don't think it's caused by humans?
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- The city's Climate Action Plan goals were published in conjunction with the Sustainable Denver Summit Thursday at the University of Denver.Read more
- The three-year investigation brought together a team of experts including Peter Backlund at Colorado State University.Read more
Boulder's strategy for addressing climate change includes a job many have never heard of: Chief Resilience Officer.
Ahead of the UN climate change talks, we ask three climate scientists how they deal with an apocalyptic day job.
A chemical used to replace ones that damaged the ozone turn into a greenhouse gas that persists for 50,000 years.