The California governor's visit comes as the U.S. orders the Russian consulate in San Francisco closed; Putin pens article on economic conference in China.
He will do whatever it takes to prolong the fuels' reign, including sabotaging efforts to curb emissions and more.
Engineering the climate to help reverse 200 years of human-induced warming is back on the scientific agenda.
The final statement of the summit in Germany underlines that every other meeting participant supports the Paris pact, rejected by President Trump on June 1.
Scientists calculate that worldwide fish yields could rise by millions of metric tons a year if nations stick to the Paris Agreement on global warming.
Whatever policies the U.S. comes up with on climate change under the Trump presidency, the rest of the world intends to continue trying to save the planet.
The president-elect has called global warming a hoax and denies climate science. What do his climate plans mean for international agreements?
Last year Brazil undertook drastic cuts to its carbon emissions, but newly released information shows that, in fact, they are rising.
The fate of the planet rests on the willingness of each signatory nation to the Paris climate accord to abide by its obligation, however sour or bellicose its relations with other signatories may be.
No matter who becomes president, if we fail to make the environmental health of the planet the top issue, we will drive humanity over the precipice.