Environmental activists gathered in front of the Environmental Protection Agency office building Tuesday afternoon to protest President Donald Trump's decision to nix Obama-era climate rules.
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ExxonMobil officials told President Donald Trump Tuesday that staying in the Paris climate agreement would reduce climate change and give a boost to natural gas production.
Maryland's Democratic legislature voted Monday to permanently ban hydraulic fracturing, or fracking,
The company behind the contentious Keystone XL Pipeline will purchase an extra 200 miles of U.S.-made steel to complete the recently approved oil project.
One of the tribes opposing the contentious Dakota Access Pipeline is pressuring Norway's nearly $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund to divest assets propping up the multi-billion oil project.
The head of one of the largest coal companies in the country is urging President Donald Trump to avoid promising Americans that he can bring back the industry's glory days.
A former official for President Donald Trump's transition team said Friday that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson could render a crippling blow to the fight against the Paris Agreement.
The head of New York's Republican Party believes Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's ExxonMobil investigation is a "political cause" in search of a legal case.
Several of the country's most prominent environmentalist groups called on legislators to nix a Republican-led effort to reform Obamacare, under the belief such changes could hurt abortion providers.
The CEO of the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) believes the protests surrounding the project nearly destroyed the company's public image.
Activists are gearing up for another rousing multi-pronged fight against the recently revived Keystone XL Pipeline.
A congressman said Wednesday the Paris agreement can be salvaged if the Trump administration moderates some of what it is expected to achieve.
ExxonMobil was ordered Wednesday to disclose a trove of missing emails from an alias once used by the company’s former CEO for communicating with the oil producer’s other executives.
The Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday that Flint must take additional steps before it can receive a $100 million grant meant to fix the city's corroded and dilapidated water system.
Law enforcement officials are investigating two separate incidents of vandalism in Iowa and South Dakota involving holes torched in sections of the highly contentious Dakota Access Pipeline.
A senior staff member for New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman used a private email account five years ago to set up meetings on climate change with prominent environmental groups.
A group of teenagers suing the government for not doing enough to prevent climate change want ExxonMobil to fork over communications from an alias email account used by the company's former CEO.
Officials from states across the Dakota Access Pipeline route are casting doubt on recent claims that activists are trying to sabotage the line's construction.
The Dakota Access Pipeline will come online despite recent attempts to sabotage construction on the multi-billion project, according to court documents filed Monday.