Climate groups such as the People's Climate Movement (PCM) have come in opposition of the supposed removal of the Clean Power Plan (CPP) courtesy of the United States Administration under President Donald Trump.
It looks like President-elect Donald Trump still hasn't figured out climate change and its threat to humanity.A senior Trump adviser says they will crackdown on politicized science by cutting NASA's funding for climate change research.
Trump is backing down from his initial sentiments towards climate change. In an interview with reporters from New York Times, Trump told the press that he believes human activity may affect the climate.
Trump has made the climate research community anxious, shifting the focus and funding away from government efforts that delve on climate change such as NASA's earth sciences program and appointment of Myron Ebell as head of the EPA transition.
US Secretary of State John Kerry visit to Antarctica is a milestone for climate change scientists and activists alike elated. It was, however, cut short, as the results of the 2016 US Elections came out.
Last week, a group of 21 young people won the right to sue the government for what they believe are actions that have caused climate change. The group's age average ranges between nine and 20, but it is no cause for adults to underestimate their capabilities and knowledge when it comes to current affairs. An Oregon federal judge ruled that their lawsuit was valid and could proceed to trial.