Environmentalist lawyers have been pushing a legal theory that would give the Environmental Protection Agency cover to regulate every facet of state energy policy -- effectively eliminating states' authority to craft their own regulations.
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As Iowans prepare to vote for presidential candidates, a new poll has surfaced showing once again the vast majority of Americans don’t rank global warming as the most serious issue facing the country.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich was quick to criticize Michigan’s handling of Flint's water crisis, but the Republican presidential candidate’s state is also facing problems with lead in drinking water.
The water crisis in Flint, Mich. isn’t the first time the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has come under fire for allowing children in an economically-depressed area be exposed to high levels of toxic lead.
China’s electric car industry has been rocked by allegations of fraud due to companies taking advantage of corruption and lax oversight to cash in lucrative government subsidies.
Reddit commenters are tearing apart a Washington Post article using Flint’s water crisis to report on potential pollution problems in poor, black communities around the country. Commentors on Reddit, however, were thrilled with the paper’s using Flint to harp on pollution.
Greenland wants complete independence from Denmark, but the recently signed United Nations global warming treaty may impose obligations on the Arctic island it can’t meet if it were to break from Danish sovereignty.
Politicians and environmentalists concerned about global warming are pushing policies to cut carbon dioxide emissions from the energy sector. It’s too bad they are pushing costly green energy technologies.
Senate Republicans are pushing a bill to speed up the approval of liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals and modernize the electrical grid, but GOP lawmakers have to offer concessions to get enough Democratic support.
Republican backing of extending green energy tax credits late last year was not only good for campaign donors, it was also great for President Barack Obama’s subsidy-heavy global warming agenda.
A coalition of states, businesses and unions are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to block the implementation of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations limiting carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.
Last year would not have definitely been the warmest on record without an incredibly strong El Niño warming the Pacific Ocean, according to analyses done by two climate scientists.
President Barack Obama was quick to condemn Michigan officials for letting high levels of lead contaminate Flint’s drinking water and promised millions of dollars in aid and justice for the city.
It’s been nearly two years since The New York Times published an article claiming the “end of snow” was nigh because of man-made global warming.
The climate scientist at the center of the Climategate email scandal is out with a new study claiming man-made warming is responsible for record-breaking warmth in recent years.
A massive blizzard has knocked over power lines, leaving tens of thousands of Americans across the eastern seaboard without electricity.
The threat of a massive blizzard hasn’t stopped the Department of the Interior from unveiling new regulations on methane flaring from oil and gas operations on federal lands.
A pair of Republican senators want the Department of Justice (DOJ) to investigate whether Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials "knowingly and willfully" violated federal law in a massive lobbying and PR campaign promoting the agency’s water rule.
Federal judges refused Thursday to put a stay on the Environmental Protection Agency’s sweeping regulation to fight global warming.
Dr. Richard Lindzen is anything but convinced by headlines claiming 2015 is the warmest year on record. He says what’s most important is that climate models have been over-predicting warming for more than 40 years.