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France's energy minister resigned after revelations he ordered a costly refurbishment of his private residence and splurged on lavish dinners using tax-payers' money, as Emmanuel Macron moved to avoid a repeat of last year's drawn-out saga over a disgraced bodyguard.
Democratic resistance to "keep it in the ground" is taking shape.
When it comes to climate change, Sen. Amy Klobuchar says she has a secret weapon none of her Democratic rivals can match — the ability to talk to the middle of the country about the threat of a warming planet.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago is investigating how the Volkswagen AG emissions cheating scandal affected health outcomes in the United States.
A South Carolina Republican with a long history of pushing his party to create climate policy is mulling a primary challenge against President Trump.
The Department of Energy is looking for information to help energy companies steel themselves against the impacts of severe weather events.
Exxon Mobil Corp.'s loss in a court case in Europe may translate into a gain for carbon prices in the continent's emissions trading system.
The number of people suffering from hunger in 2018 climbed to an eight-year high as economic turmoil, civil conflict and climate shocks eroded food security and nutrition, according to a United Nations organization report.
Environmental protesters have blocked roads in London and four other British cities in a new wave of demonstrations demanding faster action against climate change.
The worst drought in Australian history wiped out a third of the continent's flora and fauna, government scientists claim in a new report.
Finding a letter from the Church of England in his e-mail inbox was surprising enough for Vladimir Zaluzhsky, who's in charge of investor relations at Russia's second most valuable steelmaker. Even stranger was the demand to know what risks Severstal PJSC's operations pose to the environment.
A new climate committee formed by Senate Democrats is scheduled to hold its first hearing tomorrow when it examines how cities are dealing with global warming.
Higher temperatures spawned by climate change played a "decisive" role in spawning extreme wildfires in California, a new study said.
BOULDER, Colo. — Scientists are struggling to improve forecasts of heat waves and other dangerous events as they grow deadlier with climate change. Soaring temperatures across Europe at the end of June illustrated shortcomings in public advisories.
They warned of storm surges up the Mississippi River, flooding in New Orleans and more than 2 feet of rain along parts of the Gulf Coast.
The Trump administration appears to have abandoned its initial strategy for defending the rollback of Obama-era clean car rules from court challenges, according to three people with knowledge of the situation.
A bill designed to rev up the state's reliance on renewable energy by imposing a charge on carbon emissions is gaining steam at the Massachusetts Statehouse.
The leader designated to take over the European Commission endorsed the idea of creating a bank to concentrate on climate change, giving traction to a French proposal that would scale up green investment across the continent.
British authorities are charging hundreds of climate change protesters with public order offenses in hearings that will take weeks to process.
Germany took a step toward introducing a sweeping levy on carbon-dioxide emissions to help recover lost ground on its international climate pledges.