Emissions rose slightly over half a percent -- still enough for a new record. There's still no sign they're starting to decline, experts said.

Repsol also cut revenue estimates for its oil and gas reserves, citing a new climate scenario.

“Healthy coral reefs are remarkably noisy places — the crackle of snapping shrimp and the whoops and grunts of fish combine to form a dazzling biological soundscape,” said Steve Simpson, a marine biology professor at the University of Exeter.

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The Energy 202: It’s the birthplace of Earth Day. Now it’s one of the fastest warming spots in the U.S.

Santa Barbara is reeling from extreme climate change.

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The Energy 202: Bernie Sanders gets top score from Sunrise Movement for his Green New Deal

Its the first scorecard for the youth climate group.

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The Energy 202: The silver lining in the dire new climate report

Fossil fuel emissions actually dipped in the United States in 2019.

More than 3 in 4 Americans had heard little or nothing about the plan, according to a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll.

Climate change can feel confusing, and big, and scary. Trust us: We get it. With this first quiz, we’ll start with some of the basics. Can you pass Climate Change 101?

Protesters who staged a hunger strike in the House speaker’s congressional office stormed past aides when she refused to meet with them.

One scenario would allow development on lake that shelters tens of thousands of migrating caribou and birds.

The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday weakened rules governing how companies store dangerous chemicals enacted under the Obama administration in the wake of a deadly 2013 explosion in West, Tex.

The band joins other popular artists including Jack Johnson, Pearl Jam and Adele in seeking to reduce carbon emissions from their tours, which have large environmental footprints.

Amid mounting global concern about climate change, Denmark has turned into a buzzing hive of green experimentation.

At least 945 toxic waste sites across the country face escalating risks from rising seas, more intense inland flooding, voracious forest fires and other climate-fueled disasters, according to a new study from a congressional watchdog agency.

Introduction to the new Climate Solutions coverage

Different regions have felt the effects of extreme weather in the past few years. But those common experiences have not produced a political consensus on the causes.

California and nearly two dozen other states on Friday sued the Environmental Protection Agency, arguing that the Trump administration doesn’t have the legal authority to strip the nation’s most populous state of its longstanding authority to set strict fuel-efficiency standards on cars and trucks.

The Environmental Protection Agency is pushing forward with a policy that could limit the science the agency uses to underpin regulations, a change long sought by conservatives but derided by many scientists and public health experts as an effort to stifle reliance on research into the harmful effects of pollution on Americans.

The end of Florida orange juice? A lethal disease is decimating its citrus industry. As the seasonal harvest approaches, “ghost groves” abandoned by growers are scattered across the state. “Florida could be out of business in 10 to 15 years,” one researcher said.

The standoff involves a probe of EPA chief of staff Ryan Jackson’s efforts to influence a scientist ahead of her congressional testimony.

Chlöe Swarbrick replied with devastating concision, like legions of teens on TikTok before her.

Gina McCarthy will serve as the Natural Resources Defense Council’s president and CEO.

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