Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger believes the messaging that went into making body building all the rage in the 1980s can also be used to make environmentalism cool, too.
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Energy infrastructure regulators in Nebraska could decide the future of the Keystone XL Pipeline as activists continue opposing the multi-billion dollar oil project.
Tesla doesn't do enough to stamp out the rampant racial discrimination at the electric vehicle's factories, according to a lawsuit several black employees filed Monday.
The Montana company that received a massive contract to fix Puerto Rico's energy grid paid power linemen $63 per hour for their work but charged the island hundreds of dollars for the repairs, according to a report Sunday from The New York Times.
Anti-fracking activists jeered and heckled California Gov. Jerry Brown Saturday while the Democrat was discussing ways to tackle what he believes are out-of-control carbon emissions.
California Gov. Jerry Brown suggested Sunday that immediately banning all fossil fuel production in his state could lead to economic crisis and possible armed revolution.
Democratic California Gov. Jerry Brown’s mission to eliminate the state’s gas-powered vehicles could come screeching to a halt if President Donald Trump’s tax proposal passes through Congress unscathed.
A former model accused former Star Trek star George Takei of sexual assault in 1981 after the author and activist ripped actor Kevin Spacey earlier this month for allegedly groping and harassing several people more than three decades ago.
Billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer is pumping more money into an ad campaign designed to convince lawmakers that President Donald Trump should be impeached.
Europe's business community warned officials at a climate conference in Germany that railing against President Donald Trump will not bring the U.S. back into the Paris climate agreement.
The Department of Energy pushed back against a Bloomberg report Thursday suggesting one of the largest coal producers in the country managed to directly influence the agency's grid study findings.
The Department of State issued a withering and blunt critique Wednesday of Syria's decision to join the Paris agreement more than a year after its initial draft.
The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York issued a subpoena for billionaire businessman Carl Icahn Wednesday over information about his attempt to steer the Trump administration toward reforming the biofuels program.
A writer for GQ Magazine suggested Wednesday that Sen. Rand Paul should accept some of the blame for getting beat him up over a trivial property dispute.
EPA Chief Scott Pruitt suggested Tuesday that a government report from earlier this month blaming humans for climate change will have no bearing on the agency's planned regulation-rollback.
Officials with the oversight board responsible for dealing with Puerto Rico’s crippling debt blamed a decade’s old law for the catastrophically high cost of restoring the island’s infrastructure.
One of the environmental groups suing President Donald Trump on behalf of two Pennsylvania children has raked in more than $1 million in government grants since 2013.
A second battery engineer has bailed on Tesla since the electric vehicle makers began ramping up production on the supposedly inexpensive Model 3.
Syrian officials’ decision Tuesday to join the Paris agreement along with Nicaragua leaves the U.S. the only country planning to stay out of the non-binding climate pact.
Officials attending a UN climate change conference are livid that officials with the Trump administration are using the talk to hype up how fossil fuels can help reduce global warming.