Countries are setting the rules for the Paris agreement and struggling over how to do more to stop warming in its tracks.

Environmental groups fulfilled a pledge to sue the Trump administration over the granting of permits allowing five companies to harass and harm marine animals while using deafening blasts of sound to map the Atlantic Ocean in search of oil and gas. The companies need a second permit from the Interior Department before work can begin.

The Arctic Ocean has lost 95 percent of its oldest, thickest ice. If this thinning trend continues, scientists fear an added boost to global warming.

But their concerns never made it to border officials.

From Brazil to Australia, other world leaders and politicians deny climate science and fight efforts to cut carbon emissions.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke wanted to “support the border security mission," an official said in one email.

Laughter and protests greeted the United States’ embrace of continued fossil fuel production as global temperatures continue to rise.

The Katowice, Poland summit isn’t business as usual.

Ryan Zinke has resurrected the board.

Scott Pruitt, who resigned this summer as the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency amid a flurry of ethics inquiries, received $50,000 for his legal defense fund from a Wisconsin billi...

The new members are either Republicans or voted in Republican primaries.

The impact is questionable: “There are not going to be any new coal plants built in the U.S., with or without this,” one critic said of the proposal.

Things are worse than we thought.

The figures suggested there is no clear end in sight to the growth of humanity's contribution to climate change.

Former Trump White House adviser: 'This is obviously not a popular message."

The 41st president has a significant environmental legacy.

The dismissal of climate science is actually out of step with the party's voters.

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Federal officials are expected to grants permits that allow companies to possibly kill marine life as they search for oil and gas deposits.

The agency’s inspector general calls inquiries into his condo rental deal with a lobbyist and job search for his wife “inconclusive.”

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