A U.S. Border patrol agent sits in his vehicle near the U.S.-Mexico Border in Sunland Park, New Mexico

Trump's National Emergency On Border Wall May Shift Debate On Climate

Declaring a national emergency over border security could set a precedent for a future administration to declare climate change a national emergency.

  Climate Change

1:35Floating solar panels
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A Net-Zero Carbon Future Will Need Better Energy Tech

1:41Inspectors look at the I-495 bridge over the Christina River in Wilmington, Delaware.
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The US Needs To Rebuild Infrastructure With Climate Change In Mind

1:15Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
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Democrats Unveil Ambitious Green New Deal Plan

1:20A dog stands in floodwaters caused by Hurricane Florence
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Natural Disasters Cost US Nearly $100 Billion In 2018

1:19Mount Everest
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Report: One-Third Of Himalayan Glaciers Will Melt By End Of Century

1:39Bowen Steam Plant in Georgia
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Since The 2018 State Of The Union, Coal Has Continued To Crumble

1:24People walk along the Lake Michigan during a Polar Vortex
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Global Warming Can Lead To Extreme Cold, Too

10:19A man walks on ice near Lake Michigan
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'The Why' On The Polar Vortex

2:32A thermometer in Chicago in January 2019
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Cold And Heat: Which Is More Dangerous, And Why?

1:07Crowds on a beach
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2018 Was Earth's Fourth-Hottest Year On Record

2:03Wind turbines
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Renewable Energy Is Making More And More Sense

Pacific Ocean
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2018 Ocean Temperatures Were The Hottest On Record

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The Alliance: Sustainability for the 21st Century

1:40President Jair Bolsonaro is recognized as commander-in-chief of Brazil's Armed Forces during his inauguration
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Brazil's New Forest Policies Could Cause Worldwide CO2 Impacts

1:09Sea water floods a church in Bulacan, Philippines
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Countries Agree On New Climate Rules, But They May Not Be Enough

1:14Floodwater after Hurricane Florence in South Carolina
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The Slow, Careful Rise Of Climate Change Attribution

1:02Coal plant
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EPA Plans To Roll Back Coal Plant Emissions Policy

1:40Steam and exhaust rise from a coking plant in Germany
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Who Should Pay To Fix The Climate: Developed or Developing Nations?

1:15View of Beijing, China
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Developed Countries Will Likely See Uptick In Carbon Emissions In 2018

2:14A protester in Paris
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Paris Protests Preview The Challenging Transition To A Green Economy

0:48Sir David Attenborough
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David Attenborough Speaks Out On Climate Change At UN Conference

Shell gas station sign
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Shell Plans To Link Executives' Pay To Hitting Emissions Targets

0:38Power plant cooling towers
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The European Union Wants To Go 'Climate Neutral' By 2050

0:55Brazil
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Brazil Takes Back Offer To Host 2019 UN Climate Talks

0:58Buildings shrouded in smog
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Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reached Record High In 2017

1:11A factory in China
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UN Climate Change Report Cites Concerns Over Illegal CFC Manufacturing

0:57An unauthorized factory in China.
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UN Report Warns Greenhouse Gases Hit Record Levels

1:26The Wilmington ARCO refinery is seen before dawn in Los Angeles, California.
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Government Report Says Climate Change Will Devastate The US

0:45Dairy cow
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Another Report Says Eating Meat Is Bad For The Environment

0:46Air quality in London
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London's Air Quality Improved, But The Lung Health Of Children Did Not