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It wasn't just President Trump who danced around climate change last night.
President Trump touted infrastructure in his State of the Union address last night without mentioning climate change.
President Trump spoke for more than an hour yesterday and never said the words "climate change" or "global warming" — a rhetorical feat that keeps alive Trump's streak of ignoring an issue that scientists have described as a looming catastrophe.
New York's state Senate has set three upcoming hearings on a landmark climate change bill — the latest sign that lawmakers are serious about getting off fossil fuels and making big investments in clean energy.
Winter weather pounded a swath of the West yesterday, closing schools, snarling traffic and turning coastal cities like Seattle that rarely get much snow unusually white as the Midwest warmed up from a dangerous blast of cold last week.
Germany's plan for new power cable "autobahns" to take wind and solar energy from the north to the south of the country is set to cost billions more than envisaged.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador launched an ambitious forestry program Friday to plant fruit and timber trees, as well as cacao and coffee, on nearly 1.5 million acres in the country's south.
GOLDEN, Colo. — When Lance Wheeler stumbled across what appears to be a partial solution to what the International Energy Agency calls "one of the most critical energy issues of our time," there was no eureka moment.
It was probably only a matter of time before President Trump and my Uncle Jim shared a stage.
Political chaos in Richmond is unlikely to prevent Virginia from joining a regional carbon cap-and-trade program later this year, analysts in the Old Dominion said.
David Bernhardt's expected nomination as Interior secretary elevates an industry-friendly operator at a critical moment for the department.
There is little chance that President Trump will address climate change in his State of the Union speech. But climate change will likely become a part of tonight's events, no matter what the president says — or doesn't.
A new study says Puerto Ricans who moved to Florida instead of remaining on the island may have had a more difficult time adjusting to their post-Hurricane Maria world.
A project to assess the flooding vulnerability of one of Maine's most important lobstering ports is among a slate of improvements that will receive state funding.
German police say around 800 people have demonstrated in the southwestern city of Stuttgart against a new ban on driving older diesel cars.
Australia's summers are getting increasingly brutal — but they're also inspiring new climate science that could lead to better predictions and carbon accounting.
Since the last time Minnesota's Legislature was in session, the warnings from scientists about global warming have only grown louder.
After toying with the idea for more than a decade, Oregon may finally be on the verge of putting in place a cap-and-trade system for carbon.
The Trump administration is urging a federal appeals court to finally spike the "kids' climate case."
The Department of Housing and Urban Development does not know when it will release $16 billion in disaster mitigation funds to Texas, Puerto Rico, Louisiana and other states that have suffered from major disasters since 2015.