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Stephanie Maier, head of responsible investment strategy and research at Aviva Investors, says climate change is clearly a market failure that needs governments to correct them with policies.
Solar Impulse’s co-founder and CEO, André Borschberg discusses the investment process behind Solar Impulse and why COP21 is important.
If we want to solve climate change, this can only be done with new technologies says Solar Impulse’s pilot and chairman, Bertrand Piccard.
World-famous broadcaster and naturalist, David Attenborough, backs U.S. President Barack Obama's stance on climate change.
Famed naturalist and broadcaster, David Attenborough explains why society needs to put its faith in scientists who analyze climate change and praises President Barack Obama’s words on the topic.
Heavy storms have been hitting the country since Thursday, with another already on its way.
A new winter storm was plowing toward the Plains and the Great Lakes, threatening to pile as much as a foot of new snow Monday.
Climate change will bring conflict like clouds bring storms, which is causing ripple effects on population, hunger and conflict says Francois Hollande, President of France.
Seb Beloe, partner and head of research at WHEB discusses how investors are getting involved in sustainable energy.
Obama will arrive in Paris on Sunday night, hoping to make climate policy a flagship achievement of his presidency. The NYT reports.
France has offered a key concession to the U.S. on the eve of historic climate talks in Paris, the Financial Times reports.
Rain and snow threaten Black Friday shoppers in the Plains States, reports The Weather Channel's Mike Seidel.
A blast of cold air was threatening to whip up a Black Friday ice storm across the center of the country, according to forecasters.
Caribbean and Southeast Asian countries are the most at risk of climate change impacting their credit ratings, Standard & Poor's said on Thursday.
The World Meteorological Organization said that inaction on climate change could see global average temperatures rise in 2016.
Humans have pushed global temperatures to historical highs this year, with 2015 set to be the warmest on record thanks to climate change.
One California farmer's idea: flood fields with storm runoff from El Nino now, so that it won't cost as much to pump next summer.
Ancha Srinivasan, principal climate change specialist at the ADB, explains why the economic damage from this year's El Nino will be high.
Winter storm warnings were already in place on Monday in Montana, northern Idaho and eastern Washington.
Heavy fall snow hit the Midwestern U.S., blanketing states and delaying political rallies.