The Trump administration will not appoint a “special envoy for climate change” to represent the U.S. at international climate summits, according to one official.
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California Gov. Jerry Brown ended the state of emergency drought order for most of the state, signaling an end to the four-year drought some in the media claimed would be “unending” and “probably forever.”
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has received two petitions asking for official review of a regulatory document that served as critical leverage for the Obama administration to issue global warming regulations.
A state appeals court ruled California’s cap-and-trade program is not an illegal tax.
The Trump administration is developing an order to open new areas to offshore oil and gas drilling, reversing former President Barack Obama’s unilateral decision to lock up most of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, according to industry sources.
The CEO of Cloud Peak Energy, one of the largest U.S.-based coal companies, is urging President Donald Trump to break his campaign pledge to withdraw from the Paris agreement on global warming.
The president of the Sierra Club thought he’d send out a tweet about how good the Trump administration is at lying, but he instead ended up making fun of the Obama administration.
Trump signed his most sweeping executive order regarding energy policy in late March — it included repealing federal regulations that limit carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, barring new coal mines, and ending Obama-era climate directives.
President Donald Trump targeted $14 billion worth of regulations for review when he signed an executive order to promote energy independence in late March, according to a new report.
Companies pitched topping portions of Trump administration’s planned U.S.-Mexico border wall with solar panels and even storing nuclear waste as a means to pay for its construction.
The White House shot down rumors Tuesday that administration officials were considering a tax on carbon dioxide emissions.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently posted a summary of research on the link between global warming and hurricanes, concluding it is “premature” to say human activities are making storms more powerful.
A retiring Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) employee said career staff were “frankly insulted” when President Donald Trump visited agency headquarters to sign an executive order rolling back global warming policies.
A federal judge tossed out a jury-awarded $4 million to Pennsylvania families that claimed an oil and gas company’s nearby hydraulic fracturing operations contaminated their drinking water.
Democratic attorneys general and environmentalists are suing the Trump administration for delaying the implementation of federal energy efficiency regulations for household appliances and other equipment.
As we head into April, the Southern Hemisphere is in the midst of the "quietest" hurricane season on record.
China is helping Pakistan build up its energy sector, including a $3.5 billion joint venture to extract 1.3 gigawatts worth of coal in the Thar desert.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order to rescind a slew of Obama administration policies aimed at tackling global warming and promote “energy independence."
A National Academies of Science (NAS) committee ruled the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should continue to conduct studies exposing humans to air pollutants the agency claims causes premature death.
Ninety percent of the of settlements federal agencies entered into with plaintiffs under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) were with environmental groups.