by Jeff Spross Aug 27, 2014
Ernst was one of several rising GOP politicians who attended a June 16 gathering in Dana Point, California, along with a collection of wealthy donors that the billionaire brothers have helped organize.
by Emily Atkin Aug 27, 2014
Increasing rooftop solar is just one part of a plan that HECO says will make Hawaii the highest renewable energy-using state in the country.
by Katie Valentine Aug 27, 2014
"We wanted to pave the way and create a model and scale this up all around West Virginia, because we really need it in our state."
Scientists increasingly believe that underground disposal of fracking wastewater is causing earthquakes -- not only in Texas, but across the country.
New research published Tuesday is also the first to quantify how fast these "baked in" emissions are growing as more power plants are constructed.
by Joe Romm Aug 27, 2014
If the Post's editorial series means they're now serious about the threat of climate change, here's more they can do.
by Katie Valentine Aug 26, 2014
"This is an issue where I think we have an obligation to our kids and grand-kids to step up, and I take that responsibility very seriously."
by Jeff Spross Aug 26, 2014
On Monday, the Government Accountability Office announced it found no evidence that the Social Cost of Carbon was improperly developed.
by Emily Atkin Aug 26, 2014
Unseating Terry has become something of a priority among national Democrats, part of which has to do with the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
Researchers have found 570 methane leaks from the sea floor -- far more than anticipated -- in 94,000-square-kilometer area of the Atlantic coast of the United States.