by Ryan Koronowski Aug 25, 2015
A recent study found that China is emitting a couple hundred million tons less CO2 than we thought. Since global CO2 levels aren't any lower, where did the missing CO2 go?
by Josh Israel Aug 24, 2015
"The levee situation was worse than New Orleans in Sacramento before Katrina. Now it's of course worse."
by Natasha Geiling Aug 24, 2015
An intense wildfire season continues across the West, as state and federal agencies call for backup to battle the blazes.
by Katie Valentine Aug 24, 2015
By 2050, an area of forests the size of India is set to be wiped off the planet if humans continue on their current path of deforestation, according to a new report.
by Joe Romm Aug 24, 2015
Climate Progress owes its existence to Hurricane Katrina. But it is only a decade after Katrina that we have actually seen anything resembling genuine "progress on climate" in the world.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 21, 2015
Seven large oil companies, including Southwestern Energy, Statoil, and Total, have committed to reducing emissions ahead of the U.N. Paris climate talks.
by Samantha Page Aug 21, 2015
Oil and gas extraction contributes to climate changes, which causes drought, which affects oil and gas production. To everything, turn, turn, turn?
by Katie Valentine Aug 21, 2015
A new report outlines exactly how exporting oil overseas would impact the country's environment.
by Nidhi Thakar - Guest Contributor Aug 21, 2015
The so-called “master leasing plan” is a new tool that aims to reduce the environmental impacts and conflicts associated with resource extraction on public lands, such as drilling and mining.
Twenty-seven new licenses were issued this week, as the fight over fracking heats up.