For those who claim there’s no money in global warming, a new report by the Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) shows the private sector and governments spent $391 billion in 2014 on “low-carbon and climate-resilient growth.”
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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders still believes global warming is the greatest threat to America’s national security, rehashing the stance taken by Democratic politicians in recent years that carbon dioxide emissions are more dangerous than terrorists.
The United Nations will still hold its global warming summit in Paris this month despite deadly terror attacks that rocked the French capital Friday night. France’s foreign minister says the summit is “essential” to fighting global warming.
Fox News reported French police have arrested a suspected terrorist involved in a series of attacks against several locations in Paris. The suspect is reportedly from Syria.
CNN Australia Anchor Michael Holmes has tweeted out that people inside the Bataclan have been texting because "terrorists are slaughtering them one by one."
Islamic State supporters have taken to Twitter to gloat about the coordinated attacks on Paris Friday night. Supporters of the terror group are using the hashtag #ParisBurns to celebrate the terrible attacks attacks in several locations across the French capital.
Al Gore and Kofi Annan want Africans to embrace “fertility management” programs like those of Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion clinic, to keep population growth on the continent in check and fight global warming.
Secretary of State John Kerry walked back remarks that a future United Nations global warming treaty would not be legally binding. Now Kerry says a climate treaty would, in fact, be legally binding and not require Senate approval.
Colorado officials have challenged claims by the Environmental Protection Agency that state regulators signed off on the agency’s operation at Gold King Mine that ended up unleashing three million gallons of toxic mine waste.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton just put out a $30 billion plan to “revitalize” coal communities where people are losing their jobs due to federal regulations and increased competition from natural gas.
The U.S. is increasingly importing crude oil from Canada, supplanting supplies we get from unstable countries and undermining reasons President Barack Obama used to justify killing the Keystone XL pipeline.
Democrats may have broken House rules to hold a pseudo-hearing featuring Native American leaders opposed to an Arizona copper mine, including one anti-Redskins activist who decided to dress up in “blackface” this Halloween.
China’s not as “green” as many environmental activists would have you believe. China’s government issued permits for 155 coal-fired power plants in the first nine months of this year alone -- this is a pace of about one coal plant permit every two days.
Canadian scientists just published research downplaying concerns that Antarctica’s ice sheet is on the verge of “runaway retreat.” Instead, researchers found two countervailing forces overlooked by climate models.
The Environmental Protection Agency is under fire again for touting the viability of carbon capture technology for coal-fired power plants, but this time it’s coming from a prominent Democratic senator.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul took President Barack Obama’s global warming agenda to task Tuesday night, arguing rules to shut down coal plants in the name of the climate will endanger America’s energy security.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush says he would repeal every rule President Barack Obama has coming down the pipeline, including Environmental Protection Agency regulations on power plants and U.S. waterways.
Skeptics often joke about the “religion” of man-made global warming. It turns out one Canadian scientist is actually using scripture to convince evangelical Christians global warming threatens God’s green Earth.
British climate scientists say the global mean temperature for the first nine months of 2015 was 1.02 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels -- meaning the world has warmed a whopping 0.006 degrees per year for the last 165 years.
President Barack Obama will soon head to the United Nations global warming summit in the hopes his presence will show how serious the U.S. is about a global climate treaty. Except, the last time Obama made a guns-blazing, enthusiastic personal appearance at climate talks -- Copenhagen '09 -- it was a stunning failure.