The climate change agreement embraced in Paris by most of the world’s nations directly links planetary temperature limits with stopping deforestation.
Pope Francis has sent a delegation to the Paris climate conference, putting pressure on world leaders to protect the earth and the poor.
A big early problem with REDD+ was that there was no way to accurately measure forests cut, or carbon offsets. Now greatly enhanced satellite imaging makes detailed tracking a reality.
Some of the 50,000 people attending the Paris climate conference arrive at their meetings by an environmentally-friendly car sharing service called Autolib that started up in city four years ago.
In the last hours of the Paris climate conference, island nations threatened by sea level rise and climate activists are pushing to lower the cap on global temps from 2 degrees C to 1.5 degrees C.
Norway is playing a major role at the ongoing Paris climate summit, serving as broker for a huge pot of oil money distributed to developing countries to preserve tropical forests.
As environment ministers hashed out the details of a climate-change agreement, FERN correspondent Daniel Grossman sat down with two prominent experts in Paris to talk about climate change impacts.
Key components of the French cultural identity - fine wine and truffles - face challenges of a warming climate.
At the Paris climate talks, experts are starting to pay attention to agriculture as a way to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. Food production accounts for about 30 percent of all emissions.
The French are concerned that global warming could cut the harvest of some of the foods that make French cooking famous.
Pulitzer Center grantee Daniel Grossman offers the first of a series of on-the-scene reports from the historic international climate negotiations in Paris.
Pulitzer Center grantee Justin Catanoso talks about the UN climate summit in Paris and why it matters.