U.S. regulators will not be pushing for a ban the polar bear fur trade at international talks this year, and the bear still won’t be put on a comprehensive list of species immediately threatened with extinction.
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton heads to coal country Monday to begin a two-day tour of the region just weeks after promising to “put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.”
Energy Department auditors are so concerned about the viability of a government-backed clean coal project, they’ve issued a report before their audit has been completed, warning the Obama administration they could be wasting hundreds of millions of tax dollars.
The liberal blog ThinkProgress is not happy with Microsoft founder Bill Gates’s opposition to taxing carbon dioxide emissions, even though the Washington billionaire has started an organization to push green energy technology.
The Senate passed a massive 800-page bipartisan energy bill that defines wood harvested from forests as “renewable energy” and orders federal bureaucrats to promote this green energy source.
A 10-year-old girl asked Secretary of State John Kerry how many treaties he’s signed during his tenure as America’s top diplomat, to which Kerry replied he’s never actually signed a treaty, just a non-binding “political agreement” about global warming.
Anti-corporate crusader Sen. Elizabeth Warren is set to be the keynote speaker at an event hosted by an environmental group, but paid for by donations from green energy companies that stand to benefit from mandates and subsidies pushed by activists.
A new documentary by a prominent global warming skeptic takes on many of the claims from environmentalists and politicians who want to regulate nearly every aspect of the economy to stop it.
The Department of State still plans to fund the United Nations' climate bureaucracy even though Palestine has become a full member of the body -- which may violate a 1994 federal law preventing funds from going to international bodies that give Palestine membership as a state.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials are moving ahead with a key part of the Clean Power Plan (CPP) despite the Supreme Court issuing a stay against the agency’s global warming plan in February.
Eco-activists who briefed state prosecutors investigating ExxonMobil for allegedly misleading the public on global warming have admitted to a left-wing media outlet they have been working for years to take down the oil giant.
A new study by Oregon State University (OSU) psychologists have come up with a new tactic for turning skeptical conservatives into full-blown global warming alarmists: frame the debate in terms of patriotism.
The Environmental Protection agency may be headed into federal court to once again defend its controversial mercury rule from a legal challenge -- being brought, this time, by the coal company Murray Energy.
There are 13 federal agencies spending billions of taxpayer dollars on duplicative global warming research programs, according to a new report released by Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul .
A new study just gave people another reason to be skeptical of climate models relied upon by scientists to predict the future impacts of global warming.
Here’s a fun fact: Recently deceased popstar Prince was a major funding force behind former White House green jobs czar Van Jones’ environmental group, Green For All.
The opposition to investigations targeting of global warming skeptics is growing as newspapers, scientists and red state attorneys general come out against liberal prosecutors looking to silence those they believe to be misleading the public on climate science.
Climate scientists and environmentalists have claimed for years droughts and heatwaves were getting worse because of man-made global warming, but those predictions have not come true, according to a new study.
U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude Walker has outsourced the legal work in his investigation into Exxon’s stance on global warming to a law firm specializing in high-dollar-value class action suits.