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The Trump administration has failed to successfully defend any climate-related regulatory rollbacks before the courts during the president's time in office thus far, according to a new report from the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University.
Home insurance rates are jumping for Californians living in places with high risk for wildfires, and some policies are getting canceled, according to a state commission.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency failed to answer 2.3 million phone calls placed to its disaster assistance help line during an eight-week period in 2017 when Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria struck and caused thousands of deaths, according to a new government report.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler says the use of an inappropriately pessimistic climate modeling tool is driving bad press around climate change, and he's pledged to halt its use.
As a tough panel of appellate judges grappled with the latest phase of the kids' climate case last week in Portland, Ore., the views of another court across the country loomed large.
In 2011, when the Sierra Club and then-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg launched the Beyond Coal campaign, coal accounted for 42% of America's power generation. Today, that figure is closer to 25%.
Companies too often make the mistake of thinking climate change is a long-term issue, but it's actually affecting decisions today, according to a report by a global commission set to evaluate transparency into financial climate risks and opportunities.
Iberdrola SA is working to build what it says will be Europe's largest solar farm at a cost of €300 million ($337 million).
The U.K. Treasury supports a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050 but wants a review before signing off on a policy it estimates will cost taxpayers £1 trillion ($1.3 trillion), according to a person familiar with the matter.
Poland is poised to give up handing out free carbon permits to utilities, opting instead to sell those allowances and boost state funds.
Nearly 14 years after federal levees failed to protect New Orleans from Hurricane Katrina's storm surge, the city could be counting on another federal system to shield it from potential devastation.
Seventeen car companies are warning President Trump that his rollback of Obama-era clean car rules stands to wreak havoc in their industry.
Scientists reacted sharply to revelations that the White House is discussing ways to potentially force federal researchers to debate the credibility of mainstream climate science, saying it threatens to pull experts into conspiratorial exercises that might harm their careers.
MONTREAL — Experts from around the world gathered here this week for Movin'On, a conference focused on sustainable mobility.
Just as in 1993 and 2011, Americans are focused on the Mississippi River as one of the largest and longest floods in U.S. history threatens cities from Minnesota to Louisiana.
When Alec Fleischer was arrested during a climate protest at the Vermont Statehouse last month, the target of his ire was not President Trump or Phil Scott, the Republican governor. His frustration was directed at the Democrats who hold a supermajority in the Legislature.
The amount of carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere from forest fires in the U.S. West is being greatly overestimated, possibly leading to poor land management decisions, researchers at the University of Idaho said.
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A United Nations emergency relief coordinator says more than 2 million men, women and children could die of starvation in Somalia by summer's end if international aid is not sent quickly to the drought-stricken African country.
JinkoSolar Holding Co., the world's biggest solar panel maker, sees China's photovoltaic power additions slumping this year and a greater share of its revenue coming from overseas amid uncertainties over Beijing's new policies.