Environmental activists have criticized oil and gas companies for using too much water for hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, while Californians have suffered through a four-year drought.
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The Obama administration is issuing a slew of executive orders to boost the solar panel industry, this time by pushing for more solar panels to be used at federally subsidized housing developments.
In 2008, Dr. Ivar Giaever joined over 70 Nobel Science Laureates in endorsing Barack Obama for president, but seven years later the Nobel Prize winner now stands against the president on global warming.
Oil may be black gold, but human breast milk has become white gold and it’s worth way more than crude oil.
Newly released documents show Department of Justice officials, Internal Revenue Service and Federal Bureau of Investigation officials were discussing prosecuting nonprofit organizations for allegedly engaging in illegal political activity.
First Woman To Head The National Academy Of Sciences Compared Global Warming To The ‘Nine Circles Of Hell’
In his 14th century poem, Dante Alighieri writes there are nine circles of Hell reserved for different types of sinners. The woman recently nominated to head up the U.S. National Academy of Sciences wonders which circle of Hell is reserved for people today for causing global warming.
India is refusing to specify a year it will peak its carbon dioxide emissions levels from fossil fuel use, a blow to plans by the Obama administration and the United Nations to get firm commitments from the world’s major emitters to fight global warming.
Emails obtained by a free-market legal group show that EPA officials may have been using talking points given to them by a policy expert with the Center for American Progress (CAP) -- a think tank founded by Clinton adviser John Podesta and backed by liberal billionaire George Soros.
A new report from the United Nations may unintentionally deflate the organization's own claims that global warming will hamper world food production.
Here’s some irony for you. The same environmentalists that fervently supported the Pope’s call for global governance over the climate and oceans are also pushing explicitly anti-Catholic policies to fight global warming: more access to contraceptives and abortion.
Talk about a revolving door. After finalizing a statewide ban on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, the head of New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation is now going to work for an environmental group that opposes fracking.
The New York Times has published a story bemoaning how American companies looking to do business in Cuba could threaten the country’s “pristine” environment that’s the product of decades of communist dictatorship.
Michigan has been hit by two earthquakes in two months, a development which has puzzled scientists and led to some speculation that hydraulic fracturing injection wells may be the culprit behind the quakes.
North Carolina saw six shark attacks in the course of just one month, so of course news media is trying to link the unusually high amount of bites to global warming.
The Obama administration has succumbed to pressure from environmental groups and further restricted where Royal Dutch Shell’s Arctic drilling operations could take place.
It wasn’t long ago that President Barack Obama was pointing to Germany as an example of how the U.S. should develop green energy, but that was before news that Europe’s biggest economy might be running out of money for its green energy revolution.
President Barack Obama has announced that current regulations and subsidies imposed by his administration will help triple the U.S.’s green energy capacity in just 15 years.
China’s prime minister has announced the government would take actions to peak the country’s carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 or sooner, doubling down on a promise he made with U.S. President Barack Obama late last year.
EPA regulations are forcing hundreds of coal-fired generators to prematurely retire, but replacing the existing coal fleet with new wind farms and natural gas-fired plants will burden Americans with higher cost electricity, according to a new study.