PG&E’s bankruptcy could have major spillover effects on the solar, wind, and electric car industries.
At least "climate change is a real emergency," said one House Democrat.
Yet another concern for air passengers: climate change.
“I think there’s going to be a reckoning next year,” said one climate expert.
The outdoorsman, known for his love of taxidermy, is leaving the Interior after allegations that he used his power for personal financial gain.
The US is planning a pro–fossil fuel event next week on the sidelines of the climate negotiations in Poland.
The tax, meant to help reduce drivers’ use of fossil fuels, was previously suspended for six months in the face of weeks of protest.
Expectations are lackluster for the year’s most important climate meeting, starting today in Poland’s coal country and sponsored by coal companies.
“We are far off track,” one expert said.
Trump Said “I Don’t Believe It” About His Government’s Climate Change Report Finding And Scientists Are Dismayed
More than 300 experts, including government employees, agree that climate change is already impacting the US, and without action, it will get much worse.
“The impacts of climate change are already being felt in communities across the country,” per the new US government report.
After a wildfire destroyed the town of Paradise, nearby Chico is struggling to absorb the new demands for housing. "We’re out of rentals 100%," one real estate agent said.
Particulate matter in smoke can aggravate asthma and pose a risk to your heart.
Before joining Trump's EPA, Andrew Wheeler was a coal lobbyist. He must still be confirmed by the Senate.
Homeowners in these areas will need to get used to flooding year after year.
It was jobs against the climate in this year’s environmental politics fights. Jobs won.
Oil and gas companies spent millions this year in opposition to the proposed rule.
The justices, however, strongly suggested that the 9th Circuit should take another look at the case before it goes to trial.
In most of the country, candidates don’t have to wade through the environmental muck. Not so in Florida.
If Jair Bolsonaro opens the Amazon to more business, as his backers want, the new president threatens the world’s ability to prevent catastrophic climate change.