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Last November, oil industry representatives huddled with conservative state lawmakers at a hotel a few blocks from the White House. The meeting underscored the industry's opposition to electric vehicles.
India has drawn global attention since it started awarding wind power projects at record-low tariffs, spurring optimism that renewable energy could supplant the nation's abundant coal resources in electricity generation.
Right from the start of London's biggest gathering of oil traders and producers, uncomfortable truths began to intrude upon the usual round of business meetings and cocktail parties.
Scientists in Dubai are developing crops like quinoa that can thrive in the salty soils intruding into the world's croplands. Winning over enough people to eat them is proving a greater challenge.
The operator of one of the West's largest coal plants said yesterday it is moving forward with plans to close the facility this year, ending a two-year drama that has riled the Southwest and handing the Trump administration a major defeat in its efforts to revive the coal industry.
Liberal-backed Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Lisa Neubauer is drawing criticism from her opponent for attending a climate change march protesting the environmental agenda of President Trump.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) puts climate change at the top of her 2020 presidential campaign. But did she overreach when she said sea-level rise is responsible for sharply rising insurance rates?
If a congressional hearing yesterday is anything to go by, climate denial is no longer in fashion among some GOP lawmakers who once espoused it.
Failing to mitigate global warming could have profound consequences for global fisheries and the people they support, researchers warned this week.
Most of the six Republicans assigned yesterday to a House select committee have a history of doing little to confront global warming or have opposed efforts outright to address the causes of a hotter planet.