Tag: climate change
The National Academy of Sciences says climate change poses “the most immediate and important threat to human survival.”
Agriculture may well be one of the industries hardest hit by the effects of global warming.
President Trump was preparing to announce future plans for U.S. involvement in the Paris Agreement on global climate change.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine is urging the Trump administration to continue to exercise global leadership to address climate change.
The Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP) will host a special event on May 25 at The Paramount Theater about climate change.
The effects of climate change are constantly in your newsfeed.
How can a group of JMU students help a doctoral student in Colombia determine the effects of climate change on a wall in Cartagena?
Climate change deniers come in two main varieties: the corrupt and the ignorant.
A panel of influential voices from across Virginia came together Tuesday to discuss climate change and public opinion, and how it shaped the 2016 election.
Despite the many disastrous impacts of climate change, there are some regions of the globe that might benefit from hotter temperatures.
A role-play simulation exercise significantly improves people’s levels of understanding about climate change and how communities can respond.
Everybody has reasons not to want to believe what scientists are saying about climate change.
Ray Martin told the audience gathered at EMU Thursday why he had made a generous donation to study and combat the issues of climate change.
An alliance of groups and leaders are challenging Gov. Terry McAuliffe to stop supporting fossil fuel projects that worsen climate change.
Not surprisingly, penguins—those cute and quirky flightless birds of the Southern Hemisphere—are in deep trouble as a result of reckless human activity.
A free screening of Catching the Sun is being offered on May 22 at Court Square Theater in Harrisonburg.
A $2 million grant awarded to Virginia Tech will empower farmers in Asia to grow food in a way that addresses challenges of climate change
The first Earth Day was intended to be a college campus teach-in. It soon spread to every community and city across the United States.
The Virginia Asthma Coalition, whose mission is to reduce the morbidity and mortality due to asthma, applauds A.G. Herring for taking action on climate change.
Attorney General Mark R. Herring today joined attorneys general from across the nation to announce an effort combating climate change.
Several local religious communities have come together to launch a weekly prayer vigil at the Virginia State Capitol to call for climate leadership and action.