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Italy's Five Star Movement used to rave about towns like Montieri, a village in the verdant Tuscan foothills that burns little coal or natural gas. Instead, the local power plant harnesses steam rising naturally from hot springs deep underground to generate electricity.
The "yellow vests" in France are worrying greens around the world.
A growing number of honeybees die each year due to pesticides, vanishing habitats, poor nutrition and climate change, with potentially disastrous consequences for agriculture and natural diversity.
Massachusetts' attorney general accused Exxon Mobil Corp. of committing potential securities fraud in court papers filed this week for a case related to climate change.
As the shipping industry faces pressure to cut climate-altering greenhouse gases, one answer is blowing in the wind.
Nobody worried about climate change when construction of the Interstate Highway System began in 1956.
Critics are pushing back on the Trump administration's rejection of carbon capture and storage as an "unproven" technology for cutting carbon emissions from new coal-fired power plants.
A tiny 17-megawatt power plant at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, is currently the only coal-fired plant on the drawing board in America — and EPA's proposed loosening of emissions standards yesterday to help President Trump's favorite fuel source is unlikely to change that.
Researchers published a paper yesterday outlining how they said the Trump administration misrepresented their work in its proposed rollback of Obama-era clean car rules.
Oceanfront homes could be demolished in California under a groundbreaking proposal to preserve the state's made-for-movies beaches before they're destroyed by rising seas.
Volkswagen AG expects the era of the combustion car to fade away after it rolls out its next-generation gasoline and diesel cars beginning in 2026.
A.P. Møller-Mærsk A/S, the world's largest shipping company, plans to cut its net carbon emissions to zero by 2050.
Nationwide protests against French President Emmanuel Macron took on an even bigger dimension yesterday after trade unions and farmers vowed to join the fray, unimpressed by government concessions that tried to stem the momentum of the most violent demonstrations France has seen in a decade.
Cash-strapped Pakistan should pursue clean energy instead of relying on coal, nuclear and hydroelectric power, according to a report released yesterday urging the country's policymakers to rethink plans for building more coal-fired plants.
Combating climate change could save about 1 million lives a year, according to a new analysis.
As President Trump announced his decision to exit the Paris climate agreement in June 2017, he famously tried to co-opt Pittsburgh.
Centuries-old ice samples extracted from western Greenland have raised new worries about the melting ice sheet and its potential contributions to global sea-level rise.
A large number of layoffs are in the works at a Florida Panhandle hospital that was badly damaged by Hurricane Michael.
Career staffers at EPA were deeply upset by former Administrator Scott Pruitt's proposed "red team, blue team" climate debate, newly released emails show.
Rank-and-file members of the American Geophysical Union are protesting the group's decision to give Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) an award for his record on climate change and the environment.