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A dry spring has led a committee to declare that six counties in northeast South Carolina are in the first level of drought.
Some 4,000 Polish coal mining and power workers protested in Warsaw on Wednesday against the gradual phasing out of coal extraction and use and against a European Union court order to immediately close down a mine.
In one of the greenest cities in the world, where electric cars abound and almost all carbon emissions will be eliminated within a decade, the debate about climate change is so poisonous that the police are investigating violent threats against one of its top officials.
Europe's biggest airlines are seeking to deflect moves to tighten carbon curbs by favoring an increasingly discredited offsetting program, according to climate watchdog InfluenceMap.
California needs 1.2 million electric vehicle charging stations to meet its 2030 clean car goals, a new state study said.
Five Polish citizens are taking their coal-reliant country to court over its alleged failure to protect them from the perils of global warming.
Four months after a catastrophic flood ripped through northern India — leaving more than 200 people dead or missing — scientists say they've confirmed the disaster's cause.
A government scientist investigating Hurricane Maria's destruction said yesterday that NASA satellites may underestimate precipitation during major storms, raising questions about using them to inform warning systems before and during disasters.
Climate activists celebrating the death of the Keystone XL pipeline might be in for a disappointment.
President Biden's soaring climate agenda was stumbling as he boarded Air Force One for a high-profile trip to Europe, where the world's pace-setting policies on emissions are waiting to be enacted.
Canada's oil sands industry, which produces one of the dirtiest forms of crude, is backing a plan to build out carbon-capture infrastructure to eliminate some emissions on a net basis by 2050.
The European Union's climate chief pledged measures to protect the most vulnerable households during the transition to a cleaner economy, seeking to allay concerns about a potential expansion of the bloc's carbon market into transport and heating.
An African nation emerging from decades of conflict and corruption holds the key to greening the global economy.
Residents of California and the Mountain West may want to hold onto their COVID-19 masks even after their friends and families are vaccinated.
Opponents of geoengineering warned yesterday that humans could harm Earth by manipulating the atmosphere to reduce global warming.
Progressive lawmakers spent months on the sidelines as the White House negotiated infrastructure with Republicans.
The CEO of Royal Dutch Shell PLC said yesterday that he doesn't think a historic court ruling against the oil supermajor will cut global carbon emissions.
House Republicans are preparing to announce a new climate caucus focused on educating its members.
If the auto industry is to succeed in its bet that electric vehicles will soon dominate the roads, it will need to overcome a big reason many people are still avoiding them: fear of running out of juice between Point A and Point B.
The author of a landmark study on the economics of biodiversity is pushing policymakers to transform their words into action by creating a global institution to manage the planet's natural assets.