It’s an odd coincidence that the same day President Barack Obama unveils regulations limiting carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. a major coal company announces it is going bankrupt. In 2008, Obama said his energy policies would “bankrupt” anyone who wants to build a coal plant.
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The Obama administration is unveiling a new regulatory agenda Monday that touts cuts to carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, all in an effort to show the U.S. is ready to “lead on climate action.” The announcement comes with less than five months until the United Nations climate summit in Paris this year.
The Obama administration will kick off a massive campaign Monday to push the president's agenda to cut carbon dioxide emissions just months ahead of the United Nation's global warming summit in Paris.
The New Scientist magazine has issued a dire warning about global warming: the climate has warmed to the point where it’s now halfway towards what scientists claim is dangerous global warming.
The EPA may be making some major changes to its carbon dioxide emissions regulatory scheme, the details of which have been leaked to the media just days ahead of its expected release date.
Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz had some harsh words for EPA Chief Administrator Gina McCarthy during a hearing Wednesday regarding the agency's handling of an employee who repeatedly sexually harassed interns.
The Internet has been set ablaze by news that a U.S. dentist on safari shot and killed Zimbabwe’s Cecil the lion, apparently a beloved figure in that African country.
A new report by a government watchdog group claims the EPA broke federal law by secretly colluding with environmental activists to push the Obama administration’s global warming agenda, and urges the agency to go back to the drawing board on its pending carbon dioxide rule.
Greenpeace activists are known for their over-hyped shenanigans to stop oil and gas drilling, but this new stunt by environmentalists brings their activism to new heights -- literally.
Former vice president Al Gore is celebrating the fact that Germany briefly got 78 percent of its electricity from green energy sources last weekend. What Gore forgets to mention is that this was accomplished for just a few hours on a really windy, sunny day.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has promised that if she’s elected she’ll make sure half a billion solar panels are installed in the U.S. by then end of her first term as president. That’s enough to power 25 million homes, she claims.
The EPA says it’s making compliance easier for its pending rule to reduce carbon dioxide from power plants by extending the time states have to cut emissions by two years.
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton recently announced her plan to install half a billion solar panels in the U.S., but the initiative isn’t impressing her primary opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders.
After years of politicking, the Obama administration will announce it’s decided to reject the application to build the Keystone XL pipeline during Congress’ August recess, according to a Republican lawmaker.
The Obama administration’s foot-dragging on approving the Keystone XL pipeline has cost the U.S. economy a whopping $175 billion over the last seven years, or $42 million a day, according to a new report by the right-leaning American Action Forum.
A new study out of the Mexican Institute of Water Technology argues that oscillations in the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth could have a much bigger cooling impact on the climate than previous estimates by climate scientists.
Hillary Clinton’s newest campaign promise to install half a billion solar panels across the country has been praised by liberal media outlets and environmentalists, but could this pledge end up benefiting China?
Mississippi has become the latest of a growing number of states to suggest it might not enforce a major EPA regulation to limit carbon dioxide emissions at existing power plants -- joining at least six other states already threatening to not enforce the rule.
The Environmental Protection Agency is taking comments on its proposal to increase the amount of biofuels refineries have to blend into the country’s fuel supply for this year and next, but its proposal has got one Florida resident really pissed off.
In his bid for president, Franklin Roosevelt promised a “chicken in every pot,” and now Hillary Clinton is promising green energy for every home in the country.