On the campaign trail, Donald Trump vowed to cancel the Paris agreement on global warming. But his senior advisors will likely urge him to stay in. Pulling out of such a flexible agreement, as one expert put it, would be like “poking everyone in the eye with a stick.”
"Robbing Peter to pay Paul."
Hundreds of US scientists are worried that he would make good on his promise to pull out of the Paris climate pact.
Retour en images sur une année mouvementée... mais ponctuée malgré tout de quelques moments de bonheur.
Endangered by rising seas, the Pacific nation of Kiribati is facing an existential threat from climate change.
Bill Leak's strip is being condemned by many people as racist and ignorant.
On the tiny Pacific islands of Kiribati, locals are already feeling the effects of climate change.
How you choose to spend your cash and time will help shape our planet’s future.
Against the odds, small island nations had a big influence at the just-finished Paris climate talks.
One day late, world diplomats came together on a first-of-its-kind agreement aimed at stopping human-caused climate change.
With a big delegation and lots of glowing press, the Golden State was a darling of the international gathering.
Arrêtez de recharger votre portable la nuit!
Adieu la planète. C'était sympa.
Se serrer et faire de l’~exercice~ sous la couette pour générer de la chaleur humaine.
Imagine the Golden Raspberries, but for world diplomacy.
Two twentysomethings from New Zealand are writing the story of the Paris climate talks in an open Google doc. You can follow along.
Donald Trump roi des trolls.
The U.S. secretary of state announced Wednesday at the Paris climate talks that the U.S. will increase funding to fight climate change.
The U.S. senator and former SNL cast member said that despite some resistance he thinks Americans will ultimately back a deal reached in Paris.
Indigenous peoples at the Paris summit say they're on the front lines of climate change, and yet their rights and concerns are being ignored.
Carbon dioxide emissions went up just 0.6% last year, according to a new study. China is burning less coal (for now), while solar and wind power are surging worldwide.
The world is getting warmer, and the weather crazier. Here are some of the incredible ways that people are adapting to climate change.
En France, comme dans le monde, voici quelques actions de particuliers ou d'associations qui visent à protéger l'environnement.
EDF, BNP Paribas et Chevron «remportent» le prix Pinocchio décerné par des militants écologistes jeudi soir à Paris.
Parce qu'elles sont hot, hot, hot!
«Sidérée», une journaliste raconte sur Facebook la scène qu'elle a observée à Paris mardi.
There has to be a silver lining somewhere, right?
Dozens of people staged a sit-in to coincide with the Paris climate talks.
We'll miss you, adorable little friends.
Les photos sont vraies. Les légendes en revanche…
Schools in the capital Beijing kept children inside Tuesday after authorities raised the pollution levels to "orange" — the second highest possible.
President Obama and leaders from 20 nations called for doubling clean energy research funding at the Paris climate summit. But energy experts said technology alone won't fix climate change.
“Same bullshit, different conference.”
More than 200 people were detained after climate change activists clashed with police during a banned demonstration at the city's Place de la République Sunday.
A two-week United Nations climate summit, where world leaders will discuss how to curb global emissions, starts today in Paris. Here's what you need to know.
Les autorités avaient alerté sur des conditions de circulations particulièrement difficiles ce lundi en Ile-de-France, mais tout va bien.
Droughts, floods, expanding ocean lanes — global warming poses a huge threat to U.S. national security. The military began to care about it a decade ago, largely thanks to Sherri Goodman and her wonky catchphrase.
But nuclear energy supporters say they have nothing to fear.
When researchers at Yale University put these questions to U.S. adults, most failed miserably. Can you do better?
L'important, c'est de participer.
The California governor, who will lead a delegation to the U.N. climate conference in Paris this month, faces an array of environmental critics at home, as well as a lawsuit alleging misconduct.
Celui ou celle qui a pris cette photo ce jeudi ne passe pas inaperçu-e dans la photo officielle.