We’ve heard these claims before. But the mounting scale of the climate and energy conundrum is fueling more money and favorable policies into atomic power.
A new study found that warmer sea temperatures may be driving albatross breeding pairs to split up at higher rates.
About 3 in 4 survey respondents believe global warming is happening, and more than half agree that we are being harmed by climate change “right now.”
Wednesday's offshore lease sale was the biggest ever of its kind — including those conducted during the Trump administration.
Climate change may be fueling big changes to small birds deep in the forest, according to researchers.
India succeeded in loosening language around coal emissions at the last minute.
Environmentalists are accusing the president of breaking a campaign promise to ban new federal fossil fuel leasing. The administration says its hands are tied.
COP26 was hailed as a last-gasp chance to halt the climate crisis before it destroys our way of life for good. Did it work?
An earlier proposal at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference called on nations to "accelerate the phasing out of coal and subsidies for fossil fuel."
Five years after the Paris Agreement, the world may finally call out fossil fuels by name. But the so-called Glasgow Agreement punts on most other issues.
Consulting firm M.J. Bradley & Associates authored a report ranking the nation’s largest methane polluters. Five of its own industry clients were on the list.
Luke Warford, a former energy consultant, is running for a seat on Texas’ influential Railroad Commission.
"When it comes to climate, time really is running out," Obama told climate advocates.
The power grid is so fragile that even slugs have caused outages.
The fee could give the fossil fuel industry a new tool to slow the energy transition.
Reef scientists have called for urgent action on climate change or humanity could have a very different underwater world by midcentury.
At the COP26 summit, the president stressed the importance of preserving forests to fight climate change — but critics say his policies tell another story.
But many major economies including the United States, China, India and Japan have set no formal dates for ending the use of coal.
"The Late Show" host riffed on Brazil's president confusing climate envoy John Kerry with the comic actor.
Methane is the second most common greenhouse gas after carbon dioxide.