The Environmental Protection Agency’s comprehensive study on environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is set to be released in the near future, and environmentalists are groaning that it’s tainted with oil and gas industry influence.
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After years of failing to stem the use of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in the U.S., some environmentalists have resorted to another tactic: claiming that fracking is tantamount to rape.
United Nations climate chief Christiana Figueres said humanity “really should make every effort” to reduce global population trends to protect the environment and fight global warming in an interview with Climate One.
A liberal writer is calling for “progressives” to boycott states that challenge EPA regulations to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, mimicking the tactics used by LGBT activists last week to boycott Indiana over the state’s new religious freedom law.
The world is on the verge of another ice age. Well, at least that’s what scientists told us in the 1970s: burning fossil fuels like coal would cause the world to plunge into another ice age in the 21st Century.
Thank you for your service, here’s a job in the solar industry. That’s basically a major plank of President Obama’s new jobs scheme to boost green energy jobs and employ veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Former NASA climate scientist James Hansen bets 2015 will be the hottest year on record because of a developing El Niño.
American and Iranian diplomats have agreed to end sanctions on the world’s largest Shi’ite Muslim country, causing oil prices to tumble as markets feared more crude will be added to global supplies.
For the second time within two weeks, another global warming skeptic blogger has had his Twitter account suspended, this time repeating profanity used by a NASA climate scientist -- and no the scientist did not get his account suspended.
There are government scientists and researchers who are skeptical of man-made global warming -- they just won’t speak up about it, according to two seasoned climate scientists.
Talk about late bloomers. D.C.’s cherry blossoms finally started to show their florets on April 1, making this the first time since at least 1992 that blossom florets have not already been showing.
Former Maryland governor and presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos Sunday global warming is the most important “natural threat” facing the U.S.
The federal government loses 27 cents on average for every taxpayer dollar spent managing hundreds of millions of acres of public lands, according to a new study.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters Tuesday that senators who “deny” man-made global warming probably shouldn’t have any say over an international agreement to cut carbon dioxide emissions.
A new study out of Germany casts further doubt on the so-called global warming “consensus” by suggesting the atmosphere may be less sensitive to increases in carbon dioxide emissions than most scientists think.
President Barack Obama formally submitted his plan to cut U.S. carbon dioxide emissions to the U.N. Tuesday and a climate scientists has already pointed out a glaring problem: The plan will have virtually no impact on global temperatures.
Is the Elon Musk-backed company SolarCity the next Enron? A new report argues this might just be the case.
The Obama administration is filing its plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions with the United Nations Tuesday ahead of a major global warming summit in Paris set for later this year.
The media went wild Monday with reports that Antarctica hit its highest temperature on record, 63 .5 degrees Fahrenheit. But what the media hype glossed over one inconvenient truth: this temperature measurement wasn’t actually taken in Antarctica.
Here’s something you don’t read everyday: A Canadian Inuit activist who lives on an airplane says that global warming is violating her “right to be cold.”