Fossil fuels have taken a beating in the media in recent years over concerns carbon dioxide emissions from burning coal, oil and gas for electricity are driving global warming.
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Scientists calling for the Justice Department to prosecute global warming skeptics may have had some help from a prominent Democratic senator, according to email records obtained by a free market think tank.
While 97 percent of scientists may agree mankind is driving global warming, 97 percent of Americans don't seem to care about the issue when stacked up against other concerns such as terrorism or the economy, according to a recent Fox News poll.
The Department of Energy (DOE) announced $125 million in new spending Monday to fund 41 green energy projects ahead of the United Nations global warming summit set to take place next week.
People should enjoy the relatively low electricity prices while they can this Thanksgiving season, because nearly every state could see double-digit increases in electricity rates due to federal regulations forcing coal plants to retire, according to two separate studies.
U.S. proved crude oil reserves hit levels not seen since 1972, surpassing 39 billion barrels in 2014, according to newly released federal data.
Environmentalists cheered as the Rockefellers, heirs to a fortune built on oil, announced they would divest their charitable fund of its fossil fuel holdings in the name of fighting global warming.
While millions of Americans prepare to stuff themselves with Turkey and pie, the Obama administration quietly released its plans for 2,224 federal rules Friday -- a preview of just how many more regulations the president is attempting to issue before he leaves office.
Alberta’s left-wing government said President Barack Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL oil pipeline is a wake-up call to implement policies forcing coal plants and taxing carbon dioxide emissions.
A non-profit is trying to get professional science societies to sign a letter condemning a House Republican investigation of the government’s climate agency over a study that drastically rewrote the global temperature record.
House Democrats are trying to build support for an investigation into oil companies’ allegedly “spreading disinformation about climate science”-- an investigation based on reporting done by anti-fossil fuel activists, according to research by a pro-energy group.
A panel of prominent scientists debunked one of the most popular global warming arguments ahead of a major United Nations climate summit to take place in Paris later this month.
The battle between House Republicans and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is intensifying thanks to claims from whistleblowers that government scientists “rushed” a key study claiming there was no prolonged “hiatus” in global warming.
National Park rangers may have gone a little overboard this year when they bought “flashbangs” and automatic weapons, according to a government audit detailing how the Department of the Interior is struggling with “weapons accountability.”
Democratic lawmakers are doubling down on their investigations into those who don't toe the line on global warming by demanding records from oil companies they allege are part of a conspiracy "spreading disinformation about climate science."
President Barack Obama and other world leaders will meet in Paris later this month for a highly anticipated conference expected to yield a global treaty to fight global warming.
President Barack Obama’s global warming agenda isn’t about the environment, according to Sen. Jim Inhofe , it’s about saving face from the “embarrassment” the president suffered when trying to get countries to sign a climate treaty in 2009.
The Senate passed two resolutions under the Congressional Review Act Tuesday night repealing the key plank of the Environmental Protection Agency’s global warming regulatory agenda.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency said it wouldn’t be “extreme” for the government to ban all coal, oil and natural gas production on federal lands, but was quick to add governments had broader things to consider in crafting energy policies.