False information about the pandemic is rampant, but seasoned defenders of climate science can offer tips for how to fight it.
The liberal watchdog group Media Matters for America tallied 142 minutes of climate news coverage on the nightly network newscasts and Sunday political talk shows in 2018.
There are President Trump's children: Eric, Junior, Ivanka, and the rest. Then there are his symbolic spawn, taking root in governments around the globe like a rejected sci-fi movie pitch.
Before this week, President Donald Trump's most glaring enviro-delusion has been his imaginary effort to revive the domestic coal industry.
Only a few years ago, climate denial was on the run in world capitals.
Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison (right). (Credit: G20Australia/flickr)<p>Australia's new Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, <a href="https://www.smh.com.au/federal-election-2019/what-happened-to-the-climate-change-election-20190522-p51q4m.html" target="_blank">rode a wave of support for the coal industry</a> to victory as head of Australia's Liberal Party (in Australia, the "Liberal" Party is what Americans would call Conservative or Republican. I've never known how that happened.) </p><p>It was billed as "The Climate Change Election." Climate lost. </p><p>Coal is still a big deal in Australia, with huge export markets throughout Asia. Big enough, apparently, that Aussie voters saw fit to swap the imperiled Great Barrier Reef for 30 pieces of coal.</p>
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is the most sweeping environmental law on America's books.
A key transition document is largely blind to the significant health threats related to climate change.
62 oil and gas companies from around the world signed on to a UN-led partnership aimed at bolstering monitoring and reductions of the potent climate-warming gas.
"Before decisions are made we need to practice what we preach when we say that we stand for justice and equity. In any decision-making process, youth need to be involved from the get-go."
"No one had ever looked at microplastics on Everest before—the scary thing is we found microplastic in every single snow sample that we took."