A second Trump term would be 'game over' for the climate, says top scientist

Michael Mann, one of the most eminent climate scientists in the world, believes averting climate catastrophe on a global scale would be “essentially impossible” if Donald Trump is re-elected.

 

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I'm 18 and can already see my Alaska community changed forever by climate change

Covering Climate Now - In Sitka, where people have lived for thousands of years, I've seen glaciers shrink, summer droughts and deadly landslides — and our elected officials are doing nothing.

How the global climate fight could be lost if Trump is reelected

The U.S. will officially exit the Paris accord one day after the 2020 U.S. election, and architects of that deal say the stakes could not be higher.

Climate crisis poses serious risks for pregnancy, investigation finds

More than a decade of overwhelming evidence links air pollution and heat exposure with negative pregnancy outcomes in the U.S., according to a new review of dozens of studies.