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MINNEAPOLIS — "I don't like wasting my time slaying windmills," Walter Mondale quipped in 1972, when campaigning for a second term to the U.S. Senate.
The future of former President Trump's National Environmental Policy Act overhaul now rests in the hands of a federal judge, who will hear arguments on the matter today.
The western United States is ripe for an explosive wildfire season this summer, as climate change helps scorch plants and soils, experts warn.
Scorching heat waves and extreme melting events were once remarkable events for the Greenland ice sheet. In recent years, they're becoming more and more common as Arctic temperatures continue to soar.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce faced years of pressure from within its secretive membership to adopt a friendlier position on climate change. Here's how it happened.
The world's top emitters will convene tomorrow — and the setting might as well be a virtual chess board.
Emerging market green bond issuance will more than double by 2023 to exceed $100 billion, according to two of the biggest players in the sector.
Germany's environmentalist Greens announced yesterday that co-leader Annalena Baerbock will make the party's first bid for the chancellery in the September national election, while Chancellor Angela Merkel's center-right bloc was mired in a power struggle.
H.S. Panno, an independent contractor living in a spacious two-story penthouse in New Delhi, had his doubts when he bought his first electric car in September.
Anheuser-Busch InBev will use solar power to brew Michelob Ultra Pure Gold beer in its latest effort to appeal to younger, more environmentally conscious consumers.
World leaders shouldn't use climate change as a bargaining chip when dealing with the United States, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said yesterday.
The Treasury Department finally has a climate boss.
Coal plant retirements are likely to slump to their lowest level since 2014 in President Biden's first year in office, according to federal data.
In her first major economic address, Vice President Kamala Harris yesterday outlined what the White House billed as a "vision of the future."
The president intended to require that all federal infrastructure projects be built to withstand the flooding effects of climate change. But the provision failed to revoke a Trump-era order.
A bill signed into law by Kansas Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly will make it a misdemeanor to trespass near oil and gas pipelines.
Environmentalists are cheering rules that Illinois regulators have adopted to govern toxic byproducts from burning coal.
Southern Arizona's treasured spring wildflower bloom is pretty much a no-show this year.
Climate change has started to transform the financial sector in two distinct ways, according to new research.
Investors managing $11 trillion have called on the world's biggest banks to phase out financing of fossil fuel companies and throw their weight behind the goals of the Paris climate agreement.