For years, scientists thought Adélie penguins were on the decline in western Antarctica, but the recent discovery of a penguin "supercolony" on the Antarctic Peninsula has them second-guessing their assumptions.
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The U.S.'s most productive shale oil formation, nestled in western Texas, is on track to double its output in the next five years, according to a new report.
If Democrats take control of Congress and the White House in 2020, only six percent of likely voters think they should focus on fighting global warming, according to a new poll.
The U.S. is expected to dominate global energy markets in the coming years, but a major question is emerging that puts a damper on global energy optimism.
The "bomb cyclone" slamming the northeastern U.S. has left more than 1.2 million people without power and, so far, been blamed for at least seven deaths.
A group of prominent scientists are calling for a global network of advanced weather stations that don't need to go through controversial data adjustments, and it's vindication for global warming skeptics.
Russian agents used social media platforms to influence U.S. energy policies and incite environmental activists to protest pipelines projects, according to a congressional report.
New England has a growing fuel security problem that will make keeping the lights on more "tenuous," especially during winter months, the region's grid operator warned.
A massive storm system is set to rake northeastern states near the end of the week, bringing heavy rainfall, high winds and coastal flooding from big waves, according to weather forecasts.
A federal judge ruled in favor of the Trump administration, striking a serious blow to environmentalists trying to stop the construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Former Vice President Al Gore used a temporary spike in high Arctic temperatures as evidence for man-made global warming, conflating a short term weather phenomenon for climate.
Former President Barack Obama said while debating climate change policy solutions is good for democracy, questioning the underlying science is bad for society.
Polar bear numbers have risen in the last decade amid habitats of abundant prey and adequate spring sea ice, according to a new report on the state of the animal long considered threatened by man-made global warming.
A federal court dismissed a coalition of liberal activists' lawsuit against President Donald Trump's executive order that two regulations be repealed for every new one that's proposed, also known as the “1-in, 2-out” policy.
Warm air made its way up to the high Arctic in the last few days, driving temperatures up to 20 degrees above average.
The mayor of Imperial Beach, Calif., the first city to sue oil companies over global warming, heads an environmental group that may benefit if the city wins, according to an industry group opposed to the lawsuits.
Federal lawmakers are asking Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales to make his country less hostile to foreign investment in the wake of a controversial court decision to shut down U.S.-backed mining project.
A Stanford University professor dropped a lawsuit filed against a critical researcher and the National Academy of Sciences' official journal for publishing research critical of his green energy study.
Utility executives have a new liability-avoidance strategy for devastating California wildfires that power lines may have been caused --- blame global warming.
Will meteorologists need to add a "Category 6" to international hurricane rankings? New Zealand's climate minister certainly thinks so, but actual hurricane experts disagree.