The company behind a troubled clean coal project in Texas was able to hang on to its government funding last week by taking advantage of a federal regulation governing informal dispute resolutions.
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The Republican Party’s platform for 2016 includes a provision opposing any taxes on carbon dioxide emissions, like those proposed by Democratic lawmakers concerned about man-made global warming.
The former attorney general of New York doesn’t think the case against ExxonMobil’s global warming stance has anything in common with the cases states and the federal government brought against the tobacco industry in the 1990s.
Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz is asking the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) why it dramatically increased key assumptions used to calculate the benefits of federal regulations.
House lawmakers grilled a Interior Department official over the green energy projects on federal lands, in particular taking aim at the troubled Ivanpah solar energy plant.
Officials working for a government-run electric grid operator are scrambling to respond to a scathing Wall Street Journal expose on the poor security at critical electricity substations across the country.
Britain’s decision to leave the European Union wasn’t just a huge blow to eurofiles, it was a blow to the global warming goals pushed by liberals and environmentalists.
Two environmental groups backing investigations into ExxonMobil and conservative think tanks by some states attorneys general are furious they’ve been threatened with a subpoena by federal lawmakers.
Democratic senators are pushing legislation to double the tax subsidies for coal-fired power plants that use carbon capture and storage, or CCS technology, despite the huge problems plaguing such clean coal projects.
The Sierra Club has released a report claiming if real estate mogul Donald Trump were elected president he would be “the the only world leader today to deny the science of climate change.”
Environmentalists are furious with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee for appealing a recent court ruling forcing state regulators to impose global warming regulations after he publicly supported the ruling, even making it part of his re-election platform.
The Columbia University journalism program responsible for publishing two articles used as the basis for state attorneys general investigations into ExxonMobil and affiliated think tanks’ global warming no longer has a website.
The final draft of the Democratic Party’s 2016 platform not only backs taxing greenhouse gas emissions, it also backs “using every tool available” to cut emissions even if it means circumventing Congress.
A group of six Republican lawmakers have sent a letter to President Barack Obama asking for his support on legislation that would roll back strict environmental regulations on mosquito spraying to help Americans fight the Zika virus.
A group of former military officials and ambassadors have signed onto a statement warning the U.S. is “at risk of being eclipsed by other Arctic states for access and influence.”
Democratic lawmakers are set to introduce a resolution condemning fossil fuel companies and pro-fossil fuel groups that "deliberately cast doubt on science in order to protect their financial interests."
Former climate chief Christiana Figueres, who has praised China’s communist government for its global warming policies, is campaigning to become the United Nations’ next secretary-general after Ban Ki-moon steps down.
A Republican lawmaker has proposed an amendment to an appropriations bill that would effectively ban Environmental Protection Agency employees from flying around the country on the taxpayer’s dime.
House Lawmakers Demand To Know Why EPA Let New Yorkers Drink Tainted Water FOR MONTHS Without Warning
House GOP lawmakers are demanding answers from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over why the agency failed to warn residents of Hoosick Falls, N.Y., their drinking was full of toxic chemicals.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) initial projections on coal power vastly underestimated how much coal-fired power would be shuttered by its mercury regulation, according to federal data.