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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) has expanded a drought emergency to nearly half the state because of worsened, poor water supply conditions and warmer and drier weather predicted throughout the summer.
The South Carolina House has rejected a plan to let wealthy oceanfront property owners rebuild a sea wall on an eroding public beach in Georgetown County.
As Britain, Italy and France lead efforts by the Group of 20 major world economies to phase out coal, progress by the rest of the bloc is sputtering, a new report shows.
Royal Bank of Canada may make loans to oil and gas companies seeking to reduce their environmental impact under its recently created green bond program.
Democrats are beginning to test how much climate policy they can enact with one chamber of Congress.
The Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee held a rare hearing on climate change yesterday, signaling a shift by the panel's conservative chairman and offering the beef industry a chance to push back on claims that it's a significant contributor of greenhouse gases.
For months as Australia prepared for its elections last Saturday, news outlets cast it as a struggle for the nation's soul on climate change or as the final stand for its coal producers.
EPA is directing agency officials to draft new rules for how to include cost-benefit analyses into future rulemaking.
Two weeks ahead of oral arguments at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, plaintiffs in the landmark youth climate case doubled down on an expansive request for a moratorium on all federal fossil fuel permitting.
Beto O'Rourke doesn't regret voting to allow U.S. oil exports and called himself proud of raising more money from the fossil fuel industry than any other Democrat during the 2018 election cycle.
The Trump administration is appointing one of the most vociferous climate science critics in recent memory to the Department of Homeland Security.
Canada has a surplus of hydropower that could help New England and New York meet their climate goals. But that electricity can't reach the United States without new transmission lines. And those projects are dividing communities.
Germany has become the latest nation to approve the use of stand-up e-scooters on roads and bicycle paths, paving the way for U.S. startups Bird Rides Inc. and Lime to enter Europe's biggest economy.
BP PLC is continuing normal operations as employees work from home after Greenpeace put up barriers on the entrances to its London headquarters.
A hole just a few millimeters deep at Sweden's oldest nuclear plant is upending the debate about whether to revive the technology to ensure that the Nordic region's biggest economy has enough power.
Hydroelectric power is widely credited for being a climate-friendly energy resource due to its zero carbon emissions, a fact the industry likes to point out as it seeks to boost its share of global electricity generation.
A North Carolina government watchdog agency says administrative mistakes and a lack of expertise caused delays in the state's distribution of certain federal long-term recovery funds following Hurricane Matthew.
Most plans to tackle climate change revolve around cutting down on carbon dioxide, usually by reducing human emissions.
The issue of climate change is enjoying unprecedented attention among the two dozen Democrats running for president, but missing from many of their platforms is a solution that long has enjoyed support from the left: carbon pricing.
CAMP MISTA, Quebec — The Romaine River runs through an unbroken boreal forest in this remote expanse of northeast Canada. It could soon provide carbon-free power to the United States. But at what cost?