by Natasha Geiling Sep 30, 2015
Alberta's premier Rachel Notley told the Guardian that she sees the province ending its reliance on fossil fuels by the end of the century.
by Katie Valentine Sep 30, 2015
The energy company had been trying to gain access to private land along the proposed path of the tar sands pipeline.
Could concrete that absorbs water help cities to better guard against stormwater runoff and flooding?
by Samantha Page Sep 29, 2015
The candidate's plan pushes deregulation and more fracking.
South America's largest country will reforest an area the size of Pennsylvania.
by Emily Atkin Sep 29, 2015
Fiorina indicated that she may not personally believe what the majority of scientists say about the reality of climate change.
by Claire Moser - Guest Contributor & Matt Lee-Ashley - Guest Contributor Sep 29, 2015
The move -- which is expected to succeed -- places dozens of U.S. national parks at heightened risk of commercial development.
Among young Republicans like this one, the climate tide seems to be changing.
by Katie Valentine Sep 29, 2015
The agency's final ozone rule is coming soon.
by Joe Romm Sep 28, 2015
The Paris climate talks will buy the world a little time in the fight to avoid climate catastrophe. We must keep slashing CO2 in future agreements until we get near zero by 2100.