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Governments convened in London earlier this month to discuss curbing emissions from the global shipping industry. They left the talks with few accomplishments to show.
The ink had barely dried on the Disaster Recovery Reform Act when policy watchdogs found a political loophole buried inside the 539-page bill.
Haunting the deep seas, dark jungles and night skies isn't as easy as it used to be.
A group of pension funds that control $2 trillion are pushing for 55 large European energy, mining and transportation companies to scale back their anti-climate lobbying.
Kallan Benson, a 14-year-old climate activist from Maryland, stood in front of the Supreme Court yesterday and sang her version of the pop song "Happy" by Pharrell Williams.
Venice was inundated by an exceptional high tide yesterday, putting three-quarters of the famed Italian lagoon city underwater as large swathes of the rest of Italy experienced flooding and heavy winds that toppled trees and other objects, killing six people.
Keep pouring money into coal-fired plants and it won't be just the fuel that's getting burned.
The Czech government may postpone its decision on whether to force utility CEZ AS into an unprofitable multibillion-dollar construction of new reactors as it looks how to avoid lawsuits from minority shareholders.
Brazil's new president could spell disaster for the Amazon rainforest.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) yesterday issued an executive order to slash the Tar Heel State's greenhouse gas emissions, bolster electric vehicle sales and steel the state against future storms.
A new study is once again raising eyebrows over the intense energy use and high greenhouse gas emissions associated with the cryptocurrency bitcoin.
A number of climate skeptics are rejecting the threat of mail bombs sent to Democrats and the media, in what some observers describe as a nexus of conspiratorial thinking in the politically charged days before the midterm elections.