The New York Times on Wednesday added a major correction to a story published a day earlier that claimed President Donald Trump could suppress a climate change report, undermining the article’s entire premise.
Former Vice President Al Gore’s new documentary on climate change, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, opened this past weekend to disappointing numbers, earning less than $1 million and ranking 16th place at the box office.
The Sierra Club has failed in its attempt to label Scott Pruitt a violator of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Scientific Integrity Policy.
Hillary Clinton never purchased carbon offsets to make up for the carbon dioxide emitted from her private jet travel during the 2016 presidential election, breaking a campaign promise.
Celebrity scientist Bill Nye said in a recent interview that advocates for fighting climate change will have to wait for the “deniers” to “die.”
Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.) teamed up with comedian David Letterman for a new web series on climate change titled “Boiling the Frog with Senator Al Franken.”
The National Endowment for the Arts is funding a progressive rendition of Pride and Prejudice, a choreographed traffic jam, and a play about climate change causing the end of the world.
The National Science Foundation is funding a doctoral dissertation on “climate change denial.”
The University of Kansas was awarded $12,000 for the research, which began on June 1. The research seeks to find a “more complete and nuanced understanding” of individuals who are skeptical that human beings cause climate change.