Tucker Carlson debated an environmental activist over the contention that the frigid "bomb cyclone" afflicting the east coast is a product of global warming.
While speaking at a gala in Paris, former President Barack Obama criticized President Donald Trump's handling of the climate change issue.
The Trump administration's effort to pitch coal and other fossil fuels at a United Nations climate change conference in Bonn, Germany, on Monday was not particularly successful.
President Donald Trump, who pulled the U.S. out of the 2015 Paris climate agreement, is reportedly "for the time being" not invited to the climate change summit that will be held later this year in France.
The Five reacted to a speech Leonardo DiCaprio gave regarding climate change at Yale University.
In her Final Thoughts, Tomi Lahren took on the celebrities who brought up climate change at a benefit concert for hurricane relief...
In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, climate activists have upped their attacks on those who do not accept man-made climate change.
Jesse Watters reacted to CNN's Jim Acosta asking a question about climate change and its effect on the hurricane season, at a White House press briefing.
Tucker Carlson had some strong words for actress Jennifer Lawrence, who said Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are “Mother Nature’s rage" and "wrath” for America for electing Donald Trump and not accepting man-made climate change.
Climate scientist Roy Spencer is calling out Al Gore for the "false claims" and "erroneous information" in the former vice president's new movie, "An Inconvenient Sequel."
Former Vice President Al Gore (D) was asked what advice he had for President Trump.
A new report found that former Vice President Al Gore’s estate near Nashville, Tennessee, used more than 21 times more energy than the average U.S. household over the past year.