by Samantha Page Feb 2, 2016
Southern California Gas Company is learning that it's probably illegal to let 90,000 tons of methane into the air and sicken thousands of people.
by Joe Romm Feb 2, 2016
We're stuck in a movie where it's always the hottest decade on record -- and where eventually, no one is going to care about what Punxsutawney Phil thinks about whether it's going to be an early spring or not.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 2, 2016
“I think the greatest thing the coal industry can get -- won’t make them happy -- but to get some acknowledgement that the industry is in sharp decline.”
by Natasha Geiling Feb 1, 2016
According to a new analysis, Australia, long an outsider in global climate policy, could fall very short of its climate goals.
by Joe Romm Feb 1, 2016
It's now possible to incorporate very large amounts of variable renewable power like solar and wind into the electric grid cost-effectively without harming reliability. Here's how.
by Samantha Page Jan 31, 2016
Fracking in otterland is probably not the best idea.
by Emily Atkin Jan 30, 2016
Daniel Schnall, 29, said he didn't understand how Carson could preach the importance of education and deny mainstream science.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 29, 2016
The Florida House passed a bill this week that would allow regulated fracking throughout the state, but would also stop local bans on fracking.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 29, 2016
We may have underestimated how hot European summers are now, compared to the region's past.
by Joe Romm Jan 29, 2016
Recent decisions by Congress and the Supreme Court boost renewables and energy efficiency so much, they may wipe out the natural gas renaissance that had been recently brought on by cheap shale gas.