This formalizes President Obama's commitment for the US: we will cut greenhouse gas emissions 26-28% below 2005 levels by 2025.
Scientists are revising projected sea level rise significantly upward; the latest feedback loop is weakening ocean circulation. Just a day in the life of climate change.
While there's still too much coal in the pipeline, for every coal plant that comes online, two are shelved.
Republicans want all climate-related research at the Pentagon eliminated in the 2016 budget.
This is the UK's biggest emissions decline ever with a growing economy.
The Cairo Declaration also demands global warming be limited to 1.5C by 2100.
For the first time, world emissions did not rise even with economic growth!
This first episode deals with rising sea levels and covers recent climate events, including those of deniers.
Scientists are measuring whether Villarrica's eruption is large enough to cool the planet a bit.
Antarctica is melting faster than scientists expected, a scary prospect for sea level rise.