by Alison Cassady - Guest Contributor & Myriam Alexander-Kearns Aug 5, 2015
Critics say the rule imposes rigid requirements on states, but the plan's hallmark is the flexibility it gives states in how they want to reduce carbon pollution.
by Samantha Page Jul 27, 2015
Big-name companies like Coca-Cola, Walmart, Apple, and Google have pledged to tackle climate change.
by Samantha Page Jun 8, 2015
The group of industrialized nations intends to put $100 billion a year towards climate change mitigation by 2020.
by Ryan Koronowski Jun 2, 2015
While fighting the EPA over cutting carbon pollution, the governor wants his state to handle environmental protection, while some state workers are banned from discussing climate change.
by Katie Valentine Jun 2, 2015
"Overall, heavy duty vehicles might be small slice of pie, but it’s going to be slice that continues to grow if we don't do anything about it."
by Katie Valentine May 15, 2015
Some environmental groups have criticized the commitment as "weak."
by Emily Atkin Apr 20, 2015
America is doing a little better at decoupling emissions from economic growth.
by Emily Atkin Apr 9, 2015
As of now, it's unclear whether Japan's reported pledge is actually significant.
by Natasha Geiling Apr 9, 2015
More renewable energy and natural gas and fewer coal plants will combine to make 2015 the lowest year for CO2 emissions from the U.S. power sector.
by Ryan Koronowski Mar 19, 2015
It's not just federal agencies that are tackling carbon pollution. Several major federal suppliers, such as Lockheed Martin, General Electric, and IBM, announced new voluntary commitments to cut their own emissions as well.