And it effectively penalizes states that have already made big investments in renewable energy.
Could a trade deal lift the U.S.' longstanding ban on crude oil exports? Europe thinks so.
The federal government is putting together a forecast for sea-level rise on the North Atlantic Coast through 2118.
The average meat-eater in the U.S. is responsible for almost twice as much global warming as the average vegetarian.
For coastal residents everywhere, lidar maps could bring the potential impact of sea-level rise uncomfortably close to home.
Iraqi oil output was supposed to be on the rise this year--until ISIS showed up.
The stock market was seemingly unfazed Monday following a major proposal on climate change.
A visualization of the growth of carbon-dioxide levels, which are higher than they've been in 800,000 years.
Stinkbugs are threatening $40 billion in crops. Here’s how to fight back at home.
The debate is so fierce because the stakes are so small.
A new national study finds that minority communities across the U.S. are much more heavily exposed to pollution linked to asthma and heart attack.
The Koch Industries oil sands leases is stirring debate in this election year. That's why we weighed in.
What are Charles and David doing with so much land in Canada's oil sands? A group proposes a connection between the Keystone Pipeline and the Kochs.
On the anniversary of the Fukushima disaster, Japan looks to rebuild its nuclear sector.
Democrats in the Senate stayed up all night talking about the perils of climate change. But while there's hope that technology, changing consumer and business practices or new policies could finally turn the tide and slow or reverse climate change, there are also good reasons to think those efforts will fail.
The group Third Way says we should tax exports of coal and natural gas, too. And industry will like it.
Critics of the Obama administration have suggested countering Russia's economic influence in Europe with American natural gas. That gas would presumably get to Europe via a secret magical teleportation machine, which can transport billions of cubic feet using nothing but fairy dust and smiles.
Explore 60 years of deficits - and the occasional surplus - in an interactive chart.
Utilities are warning homeowners that they are about to get hit with a double whammy — higher natural gas prices and consumption, both of which have been driven to five-year peaks by the Arctic cold that gripped much of the country in recent weeks.
The Obama administration just gave a nuclear plant a loan guarantee 30 times larger than Solyndra’s. Will it have a happier ending?