European Union leaders agreed on new set set of climate goals, which was hailed as a victory in the fight against global warming. Just one problem: the EU goals are not legally binding until a new United Nations climate treaty is approved.
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Politics breeds the most unlikely of friends. In a surprising turn of events, the anti-Keystone League of Conservation Voters is backing congressional candidates that openly support the Keystone XL pipeline.
President Obama has long been touting the U.S. oil and natural gas boom as the product of his administration's "all of the above" energy plan. But a new report from Senate Republicans claims the White House supports oil and gas drilling publicly while partnering behind the scenes with eco-activists to regulate it out of existence.
The city of South Miami is looking to separate from Florida and become the 51st state, but not because of traditional political disputes. The city says South Florida's independence is necessary to address sea level rises caused by global warming, National Journal reports.
The Energy Department has announced $53 million in new spending to make solar energy more profitable for companies to produce as part of President Obama’s broader climate agenda.
Is global warming causing goats to shrink? That’s what researchers from the UK’s Durham University are claiming. Smaller goats are evidence that global warming is impacting animal size, say researchers.
Environmentalist attempts to showcase Republican support for "climate action" this summer may be backfiring because of one former political appointee. The Environmental Protection Agency’s first-ever chief administrator may have lied to a congressional committee about his ties to environmental groups.
Mankind is doomed unless we immediately de-industrialize and slash carbon dioxide emissions, according to Guy McPherson, emeritus professor from the University of Arizona.
Republican lawmakers are demanding the Environmental Protection Agency do a thorough economic analysis of its proposed rule to limit carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants.
Polar bears have ruined yet another holiday. The town of Arviat, located in Canada’s Nanavut territory, has cancelled trick-or-treating this Halloween over fears of polar bear attacks on children.
Media outlets have been tirelessly reporting new data claiming that September 2014 was the hottest on record, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Since March, the Obama administration has been looking to impose new regulations on methane emissions as part of its crusade against global warming. But it looks like the White House is putting its climate plans on hold until after the November elections.
Removing restrictions on the export of crude oil would boost the economy, increase U.S. oil production and lower gasoline prices, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office.
If Russia were to shut off natural gas supplies to Europe, the continent would be ill-prepared for major supply disruptions and many countries would suffer huge shortfalls in fuel during the winter, according to an official report.
The world economy is getting another major stimulus, but not from governments. Booming oil production, particularly from the U.S., will boost global economies by as much as $1.1 trillion due to lower fuel and commodity costs, according to a study by Citigroup Inc.
This winter is looking to be milder than last year's, when thousands of record low temperatures were set across the country, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Two interesting phenomena are occurring in the U.S. right now, both of which illustrate the power of free enterprise versus government mandates.
Have you ever wanted to get paid to stare at cute animal photos all day? The National Science Foundation will fund that!
Evidence of collusion between environmental groups and the Obama administration is piling up, as Republican lawmakers release more correspondence between top agency officials and eco-lobbyists.