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Caroline Lucas: Government must change climate change policy
EU Climate Commissioner Miguel Arias Canete says the European Union has diversified its gas suppliers to avoid dependency on Russian gas.
The impact of climate change is painfully apparent in Mali. Prolonged drought has had a devastating effect, and is forcing farmers to think of new solutions.
French President Emmanuel Macron addresses the U.S. Congress about climate change.
Christiana Figueres: 'We need to act fast on climate change'
This brief video colorfully illustrates three ways to respond to climate change. Buckle your seatbelt.
Just as more people than ever are living near coastlines, climate change is making the storms that threaten them much more dangerous. Bloomberg QuickTake explains what climate change has in store for coastal cities, and what they're doing to prepare.
Prince Harry delivers a speech on climate change to a university in Suva.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed explains how the city is taking on climate change.
Rising temperatures of Bolivia's highlands has caused a sustained drought of the second largest lake in the country forcing the indigenous community living around it to search new ways of life.
A wine producer in the Burgundy region of France blames climate change for this year's low yield.
An battery-powered plane is Norway's latest part of the country's plan to combat climate change.
New Jersey Governor Philip Murphy discusses Hurricane Florence and the impact climate change has had on storms. Murphy spoke with Bloomberg's Emily Chang at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.
From climate change in Florida to banking jobs leaving London, here are five things we learned this week.
You might want to roll back your Google searches, because they might be contributing to climate change.
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson says that governments need to spur investment in climate projects.
A "natural" solution would require overhauling the multi-trillion dollar global food industry.
Saudi Energy Minister Al-Falih discusses OPEC oil production with Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern at the COP23 climate change talks in Bonn.
In a recent UN report, climate scientists have warned that the world has to curb global warming at 1.5C or face great risks of drought, floods, extreme heat and poverty. #Climatechange #globalwarming #ipcc
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe discusses Virginia's economy, President Donald Trump's policies and climate change with Bloomberg's David Gura on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Catherine McKenna is defending the government's climate policies after a new audit said Ottawa and the provinces lacked clear plans to adapt to climate change. The environment minister called the report "backwards looking."
Despite the U.S. withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, France Secretary of State for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition Brune Poirson is recruiting U.S. investors for the One Planet Summit.
Top scientists say we all need to change how we live in order to limit global climate warming to 1.5C.
European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis discusses steps to combating climate change, MiFID II transposition, Brexit, and Basel standards.
European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic explains steps the European Union is taking to combat climate change.
Americans William Nordhaus and Paul Romer won the 2018 Nobel Economics Prize for their work in combining economic and environmental issues and technology.
Former U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz discusses oil markets, sanctions on Iran, U.S. energy policy and climate change.
Climate change is playing a destructive role in the annual migration of animals across the Serengeti-a trek vital to both humans and beasts.
Thanks to climate change, glaciers are receding at an alarming rate. As the ice continues to disappear, deadly secrets are being unearthed.
A scientific study says that the global warming target reached at the 2015 Paris climate agreement may not stop a domino effect from moving the Earth well beyond it, into catastrophic scenarios. Matthew Larotonda reports
Climate change might be destroying our much-needed morning cup of coffee. Is this the wake-up call our caffeine-crazed world needs?
We know how many miles per gallon our car does, but how many of us know how much energy we use at home? One architect has a solution to help us to help the environment.
The northern Manitoba town of Churchill has struggled since its port closed in 2016 and the rail line washed out in 2017. Scientist David Barber says climate change brings challenges, but could also open shipping routes and boost the local economy.
The human brain is an amazing tool, but why is it so lousy at comprehending the seriousness of big picture problems like climate change?
Trade and climate change are expected to top the agenda when Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attends the annual EU-China Summit in Brussels later this week. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Amber Sullins is the chief meteorologist at ABC15 News in Phoenix and her forecasts mostly call for sunshine. So, she makes the weather a little more interesting with some cold, hard science.
Amber Sullins is the chief meteorologist at ABC15 News in Phoenix and her forecast mostly call for sunshine. So, she makes the weather a little more interesting with some cold, hard science. (Video by Ali Withers)
Pekka Lundmark, chief executive officer at Fortum, discusses third-quarter results, how climate change may impact his business, his investment strategy, M&A in the industry, his exposure to Russia and energy and carbon prices.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres discusses climate change, the conflict in Syria and the global economy. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jeanna Smialek at the IMF Spring meetings in Washington, D.C.
French President Emmanuel Macron sits down with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait at the One Planet Summit to discuss climate change, escalating trade tensions and the challenges facing France.
Key to the European Union's efforts to combat climate change is its emissions trading system, which involves caps on certain greenhouse gases. Is the system working?
Packed with information, The Inertia Trap is a rich compendium of scientific insights on the subject of the effect of climate change on the world's oceans.
Syngenta Chief Executive Officer Erik Fyrwald discusses the importance of dealing with climate change and the company's approach to acquiring seed assets.
Graham Kerr, chief executive officer and managing director at South32, discusses the aluminum market, how their weathering a slowdown in China, his strategy for climate change, his outlook for the aluminum market, their South African coal business.