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The Energy Department would receive $1 billion to help schools replace diesel buses with electric ones under a bill being rolled out today by Sen. Kamala Harris.
This week's announcement that two of the five Great Lakes reached record-high mean water levels in May came as little surprise to climate scientists monitoring changing conditions on the world's largest freshwater ecosystem.
Scientists believe they have solved a big puzzle that could help climate models more accurately forecast changes produced by global CO2 emissions.
Top California lawmakers are wrestling with how to pay for extreme wildfires in the future, including whether to create a catastrophe fund for victims totaling as much as $40 billion.
The Democratic National Committee has turned down Jay Inslee's request to host a 2020 Democratic primary debate focused on climate change, and many green groups, as well as other core Democratic constituencies, are angered by the decision and urging the party to reconsider.
Meeting the Paris climate agreement's targets could prevent thousands of heat-related deaths in cities across the United States, scientists say.
A White House plan to debate the accuracy of climate science has hit a snag: Mainstream scientists are unlikely to participate. In response, officials have discussed requiring federal researchers to participate.
Maine's coastal communities will have more resources to prepare for rising sea levels under a new law in the state.
Mount Everest and its surrounding peaks are increasingly polluted and warmer, and nearby glaciers are melting at an alarming rate that is likely to make it more dangerous for future climbers, a U.S. scientist who spent weeks in the Everest region said yesterday.
Faced with growing consumer concern about the climate impact of flying, Scandinavian Airlines said yesterday it will stop selling duty-free goods on planes to reduce weight and save fuel as part of a wider range of measures to cut emissions.
An analysis of thousands of corporate disclosures on climate-change risks suggests that companies stand to gain more than they lose, mostly within the next five years.
More than 2.5 million Americans face health risks and even death because home medical equipment cannot operate when the power goes out during extreme weather events, according to a report by two nonprofit organizations.
The disaster relief bill that President Trump is expected to sign is missing one significant component: money for the Disaster Relief Fund.
In Congress, Joe Biden earned the nickname "Amtrak Joe" for his habit of commuting by rail between Delaware and Washington, D.C.
Chris Nielsen has been to court more than 200 times to defend electric vehicles.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee wants to double the United States' carbon reductions under the Paris Agreement and target other greenhouse gas emissions through international pacts and trade.
Prince Charles and Prime Minister Theresa May pressed President Trump to address climate change during his state visit to the United Kingdom.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Twenty-one young Americans have no right to a "safe climate" under the Constitution, the Trump administration argued in court yesterday, rejecting a key assertion by the kids who say the government should phase out the use of fossil fuels.
Norway, one of the top adopters of electric cars, pumped out more greenhouse gases in 2018 due to higher emissions from the transport sector, according to preliminary figures released by Statistics Norway.
James Cameron has thrived on disaster and dystopia over his 40-year career. But when it comes to personal investing, the Hollywood director is betting on a better future.