Coal union invites Democratic 2020 hopefuls, at least half say 'Yes'
USA-ELECTION/COAL (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-Coal union invites Democratic 2020 hopefuls, at least half say 'Yes'
Coal union invites Democratic presidential hopefuls to their "turf"
USA-ELECTION/COAL:Coal union invites Democratic presidential hopefuls to their "turf"
OPINION: Putting people's fundamental rights at the core of climate solutions
The human rights and environmental communities must seek responses to the climate crisis together
Trump touts environment record, green groups scoff
USA-TRUMP/ENVIRONMENT (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-Trump touts environment record, green groups scoff
Climate protesters arrested outside Swiss banks
Campaigners are seeking to pressure Swiss banks into halting their financing of fossil fuels
'It's a really powerful time to be a teenager,' says UK climate strike leader
As student climate protests surge around the world, "I never would have thought it would have grown this quickly," says Anna Taylor, a London movement leader
India proposes tax benefits for electric vehicles to promote sales
"Considering our large consumer base, we aim to leapfrog and envision India as a global hub of manufacturing of electric vehicles," says finance minister
Civil disobedience rings climate-change alarm bell 'a little louder'
After years of only leisurely action on climate threats, surging activist protests are beginning to shift policy
Without climate action, economic growth 'will be reversed', economist warns
As costs of wilder weather and other climate threats soar, "there is no high-carbon growth story," says Nicholas Stern
China's Shandong province plans further coal usage cuts over next five years
CHINA-COAL/SHANDONG (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-China's Shandong province plans further coal usage cuts over next five years