The Associated Press says reporters should no longer label those who question the theory of man-made global warming as “skeptics,” but instead should refer to them as global warming “doubters.”
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Pope Francis was quick to praise President Barack Obama’s plan to fight global warming during a Wednesday morning speech at the White House. Francis extolled Obama for “reducing air pollution” and taking the fight against global warming seriously.
Pope Francis has kicked off his first visit to the U.S., and already media stories are circulating about the pontiff’s supposedly anti-capitalist remarks.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is using the cover of Pope Francis’ visit to the U.S. to finally announce she opposes the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
The Obama administration has opted not to list the greater sage grouse under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), instead using land use plans which basically amount to an underhanded land grab, according to critics.
The Obama administration were busy last week pushing regulations that will cost the American businesses and consumers more than $5.3 billion and 7.7 million hours in paperwork burdens, according to a report.
The organization responsible for circulating a letter asking President Obama to prosecute those skeptical of man-made global warming is almost entirely funded by U.S. taxpayers.
A rift is growing in the so-called consensus on global warming that’s as wide as the Atlantic Ocean. Scientists just can’t seem to agree on whether or not the 15-year hiatus in warming actually exists or not.
The science on global warming is settled, so settled that 20 climate scientists are asking President Barack Obama to prosecute people who disagree with them on the science behind man-made global warming.
A handful of Republicans are demanding EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy be impeached for allegedly committing perjury before Congress this year, and now one GOP lawmaker is calling for McCarthy to resign over the agency-caused mine blowout.
Utah Republican Rep. Rob Bishop tore into EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy for refusing to sit at the same table as state and tribal officials during a congressional hearing on the massive mining spill caused by agency workers.
CNN’s Jake Tapper tried to highlight the differences between Republican presidential candidates over the issue of manmade global warming last night, but his debate plan to get candidates to go head-to-head on climate failed.
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell is refusing to testify before Congress about her department’s ongoing investigation of the massive toxic mine spill caused by EPA workers last month.
Republican lawmakers grilled EPA Chief Administrator Gina McCarthy for not firing any agency employees or contractors after workers accidentally unleashed millions of gallons of toxic wastewater in a Colorado river last month.
The Atlantic is worried the caribou won’t survive massive mosquito swarms that are allegedly spawning earlier every year, harassing malnourished mothers and killing their young.
The Energy Department has wasted little time handing out millions of dollars for green energy technologies to meet the goal laid out in President Barack Obama’s global warming agenda.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump mocked President Barack Obama’s claim that global warming was the biggest national security threat facing the United States, going on to warn that “nuclear global warming” was a bigger threat because of the president’s Iran deal.
California may still be in the midst of a major drought, but the remnants of a hurricane brought record levels of rain to Los Angeles for September. The deluge of rain comes as environmentalists worry about the end of winter due to manmade global warming.
The EPA released edited video footage of federal contractors who accidentally unleashed millions of gallons of toxic mine wastewater into Colorado's Animas River. The mine blowout seems to have come as a huge surprise to EPA workers who literally asked, “what do we do now?”
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy announced she’ll be traveling to Japan later this month to talk about global warming just as Congress is demanding she testify about the agency-caused toxic waste spill in Colorado that happened earlier this month.