This is the first time DoD addresses how it preparing for climate change in each region of the world.
Besides pledging to support a strong international agreement, they commit to 1.6 GW of renwewable energy and $140 billion in new investments.
The auctions provide incentives to capture and reuse methane emissions.
Climate pledges are pilling up, but the EU says No Deal if they don't meet the 2C target.
In the second court case this week, teenagers forced Washington State to reconsider its climate goals based on science.
The world is on track to reach peak emissions in 2030, but cutting another decades worth is easily achievable and must be done.
This is the first time a court has legally required a country to take stronger action on climate change, and it will ripple across the world.
From the UK to the Arctic, people want the Pope's Encyclical to be heard around the world.
That's the response of Europe's cities to the big oil companies' call for a carbon tax that makes natural gas the central energy source.
Vermont is leading again with forward-thinking policies, while Wisconsin refocuses its environmental department on promoting hunting and fishing.