by Joe Romm Feb 9, 2016
The shocking decision by the five conservative Supreme Court justices to "stay" EPA's carbon regulations does not, by itself, destroy what's left of the Court's reputation -- or even doom the EPA's Clean Power Plan.
by Ian Millhiser Feb 9, 2016
The order casts a cloud of doubt over whether the United States of America is capable of taking steps needed to mitigate climate change.
by Katie Valentine Feb 9, 2016
The fine is the latest in a series of penalties owed by the company for its involvement in the spill.
A new study claims climate change will harm poor countries a great deal and rich countries very little. That's only half right. Here's why.
by Samantha Page Feb 9, 2016
The most carbon-intensive way to travel is also the one way that has escaped any kind of emissions standards -- until now.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 9, 2016
Texas resident Renee Boschert, who lived through historic floods last spring, approached Sen. Ted Cruz (R) in New Hampshire to talk to him about climate change,
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 9, 2016
"I just kind of feel I’ve done all I can think of, but I have this continued anxiety that I should be doing something else."
by Natasha Geiling Feb 8, 2016
Tyson Foods, one of the country's largest meat producers, dumps more toxic waste by volume into U.S. waterways annually than companies like Dow Chemical or Exxon.
by Katie Valentine Feb 8, 2016
One Florida mayor traveled to New Hampshire to question the candidates on climate change.
by Joe Romm Feb 8, 2016
A new study finds that the semi-arid U.S. Southwest has begun to enter the "drier climate state" that had been long-predicted from climate models.