Christiana Figueres, the outgoing head of the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat, has put out a video asking people to buy UN carbon offsets to help fight global warming -- it’s so easy, she says, she’s bought offsets for herself and her family.
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A prominent liberal news outlets was forced to walk back an article that “exaggerated” the link between man-made global warming and Pacific islands getting swallowed up by sea level rise.
Indian farmers shocked observers Tuesday when it was announced foodgrain production increased despite a massive drought hitting the country, reflecting the resiliency of India's agriculture sector.
Politico published a lengthy article Monday giving readers an inside look into the growing movement on the left to prosecute ExxonMobil for allegedly misleading the public on global warming.
A former United Nations climate scientist has told a Malaysian news outlet that there’s no evidence man-made global warming was behind the incredibly strong El Niño that was a major force behind the record warmth experienced in 2015.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told The Washington Post why he’s so fixated on fighting global warming: He thought he could solve the world’s problems by forcing countries to cut carbon dioxide.
Indian scientists think they've found a way to cut emissions from the global dairy industry: they want milk producers to start using a dwarf cow that can withstand heat waves and release way less methane in their flatulence.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) just doubled the amount of time wind turbine owners have to claim lucrative federal subsidies, which could mean more taxpayer dollars flowing towards green energy projects.
Oklahoma Republican Sen. Jim Inhofe has shot back at a group of state attorneys general demanding documents from dozens of conservative groups, scientists and policy experts skeptical of global warming.
It's been nearly one decade since former Vice President Al Gore released his film "An Inconvenient Truth." It sent shockwaves through American politics and emboldened environmental activists to push for more regulations on American businesses.
Democratic attorneys general (AG) are using the investigation into ExxonMobil’s global warming stance to target communications between the company and 142 conservative groups, skeptic scientists and other academics.
The New York Times published an article Tuesday claiming American Indians in southern Louisiana are America’s first “climate refugees” because their island home is being swallowed by the sea.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials were quick to take off the internet a report debunking claims made by activists and United Nations officials that the chemical compound used to kill weeds is cancer causing.
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.
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.