The senator and 2020 presidential candidate said debates about plastic straws and cheeseburgers were "exactly what the fossil fuel industry" wanted.
Ahead of CNN's climate forum, CNBC reported that Biden is scheduled to attend the big money event in New York on Thursday.
2020 contenders will square off — sort of — over how to tackle the climate crisis.
The Washington governor's climate plan has been called the “gold standard” for a Green New Deal.
The Washington governor made the remark a day after Bernie Sanders called out the industry’s “criminality” in the Democratic debate.
The 2020 climate candidate's latest proposal calls for ending federal support for fossil fuels, ramping up prosecutions and putting a new spin on carbon pricing.
The former vice president delivered on a policy package that revives an Obama-era trajectory and ramps it up with nearly $5 trillion of investment.
The 2020 Democratic candidate's plan to tackle the climate crisis, which he’s called an “existential” threat, reportedly includes a role for fossil fuels.
The Washington governor's first presidential policy is a direct challenge to 2020 rival Beto O'Rourke, who released his own climate plan this week.
The former congressman had defended taking contributions linked to the oil and gas industry in the past.
The Vermont senator stood out in 2016 for his fossil fuel stances, and the emergence of the Green New Deal highlights his fine-tuned vision.
As the United States eclipses Saudi Arabia as a top oil exporter, the former Texas congressman's vote hangs over his 2020 presidential campaign.
The largely invisible impacts of long-term fossil fuel extraction were beginning to surface.
Democrats on the committee have taken nearly $200,000 from the industry.
The oil, gas and coal industries' donations heavily favor the lawmakers who have so far refused to back the only climate policy to match the scale of the crisis.
The longest government shutdown in U.S. history hasn’t stopped the Trump administration from prioritizing fossil fuel development.
The great American fracking boom threatens to undermine efforts to avoid climate catastrophe in this century.
The bright-blue sky dazzled the city's residents, but the source of the light -- one of New York's dirtiest power plants -- could stoke an already heated debate.