Climate change poses a greater financial risk than entitlement programs, says Peter Orszag, ex-Obama budget director.
President Obama answers questions about how to handle the generational problems of climate change. I think we will solve climate change, says Obama.
President Obama answers questions about his successor carrying on the effort to control climate change and fighting ISIS by improving intelligence gathering and cutting off the terror group's funding.
President Obama answers questions about fighting ISIS and dealing with conflict in the Middle East. Also Obama weighs in on the global climate control and the deadly shooting at Planned Parenthood.
President Obama holds a news conference on global climate change. This trend affects all trends, says Obama.
President Obama holds a news conference on global climate change and speaks to questions about President Assad's leadership in Syria and fighting terrorism.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports the largest gathering ever of world leaders are meeting in Paris to discuss global climate change.
Used chewing gum being left on streets is a common problem, and an expensive one to clear up, but one company has a solution – recycling.
The U.S. and China have led calls for the climate summit in Paris to mark a decisive turn in the fight against global warming.
Environmental patterns and climate change risks are too big for investors to ignore, says David Dietze, president and chief investment strategist at Point View Wealth Management.
World-famous broadcaster and naturalist, David Attenborough, backs U.S. President Barack Obama's stance on climate change.
China and the U.S. are the world's two biggest users of coal and together account for almost half of all the world's CO2 emissions.
The Paris climate summit isn't where the action is, says the US Green Building Council CEO. Businesses motivated by profits will make the difference.
Jim Yong Kim, president of the World Bank, talks about the importance of addressing poverty at the COP21 conference in Paris, as poorest regions are hit hardest by the effects of climate change.
Angel Gurría, secretary-general of the OECD, says a deal to tackle climate change can be achieved at the COP21 conference in Paris, which begins today.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports from Paris where the COP21 conference on climate change which begins today.
Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick, research fellow at University of New South Wales, says there is a consensus among most global nations that action needs to be taken.
Senior negotiators on Sunday began thrashing out a new global deal to curb climate change as the president of China landed in Paris.
The UN climate change summit COP21, is the first time countries will have legally-binding pledges, says Rosemary Lyster, director at the Australian Center for Climate and Environmental Law.
Obama will arrive in Paris on Sunday night, hoping to make climate policy a flagship achievement of his presidency. The NYT reports.