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Kansas State University officials estimate that half the Manhattan campus will be powered by wind by 2020.
The Alaska transportation department is changing how it maintains roads as the state feels the effects of climate change.
Citizen protests of fuel tax hikes are choking facilities critical to the French economy, and police have orders to remove the drivers blocking sensitive sites to show their anger, France's interior minister said yesterday.
A new poll shows Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's focus on getting power bills down may be starting to pay dividends. But it also suggests his failure to establish a coherent narrative on tackling climate change could hurt his government at the ballot box.
The arrest and firing yesterday of an early champion of electric vehicles has left automakers and environmentalists on both sides of the Atlantic reeling.
The incoming House Rules Committee chairman has waded into the Democratic debate over how to proceed with climate policy.
One of the architects of the most sweeping climate policy ever passed is watching the current political moment with an equal mixture of dread and hope.
In the summer of 2011, Des Moines teenager Glori Dei Filippone sued state agencies in Iowa over climate change.
The nation of Bahrain tried to get money from the Green Climate Fund to help its oil industry. It shows how susceptible the global program is to political interference.
Kids across the world expressed concerns about global warming by joining forces to create what organizers say is the world's biggest postcard on a glacier in the Swiss Alps.
The damage done by Hurricane Florence earlier this year is about half of what had been originally feared, officials said Friday.
The first formal count of polar bears in waters between the United States and Russia indicates they're doing better than some of their cousins elsewhere.
Industry and shipping are the hardest climate nuts to crack. Together, they account for about a third of global greenhouse gas emissions, but the cost-competitive technology needed to green both sectors is in short supply.
California's ambitious drive to combat climate change may hinge on the fate of its biggest utility owner.
Minnesota is on its way to hitting its renewable energy goals — and it won't cost taxpayers any extra.
In a pointed rebuke to President Trump, Colorado will officially become the 14th state to adopt California's tougher clean car rules.
Citizens' Climate Lobby is nothing if not persistent.
A top Justice Department lawyer was quick to point to Obama administration officials Saturday when asked why the government hasn't challenged climate science in high-profile litigation brought by youth plaintiffs.
President Trump on Saturday toured a California region decimated by wildfire and said he'd never seen anything like it. And he just saw a snippet.
The grand vision of the Green New Deal has turned into a rallying cry for young progressives, but amid the enthusiasm for solar panels and guaranteed jobs, there remain questions about how it would work, how it would be funded and whether it's the best way to fight climate change.