Skeptics often joke about the “religion” of man-made global warming. It turns out one Canadian scientist is actually using scripture to convince evangelical Christians global warming threatens God’s green Earth.
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British climate scientists say the global mean temperature for the first nine months of 2015 was 1.02 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels -- meaning the world has warmed a whopping 0.006 degrees per year for the last 165 years.
President Barack Obama will soon head to the United Nations global warming summit in the hopes his presence will show how serious the U.S. is about a global climate treaty. Except, the last time Obama made a guns-blazing, enthusiastic personal appearance at climate talks -- Copenhagen '09 -- it was a stunning failure.
If you were caught with marijuana at work, would you be put on paid leave? Probably not, but that’s because you don’t work at the Environmental Protection Agency where one employee got six months of paid leave after being indicted for pot possession.
New York’s attorney general just forced the world’s largest publicly-traded coal company to tell investors how it believes global warming regulations will impact the viability of its business.
President Barack Obama just rejected plans to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline Friday, arguing the project wouldn’t do much for the economy and would undercut U.S. efforts to fight global warming.
President Barack Obama has rejected the Keystone XL pipeline after seven years of foot-dragging on whether or not the oil pipeline would be in the national interest. Obama says approving Keystone would exacerbate global warming.
In a twist of irony, Greenpeace has been kicked out of the very country it’s trying to “save” from global warming.
New York's Democratic attorney general is investigating Exxon Mobil for allegedly lying to investors about the risks global warming pose to the oil business.
The Environmental Protection Agency estimated its stricter smog limits would only cost Americans $1.4 billion a year, but a new report argues the total cost to the economy is likely 40 times higher than agency estimates.
A government ecologist was instrumental in the Environmental Protection Agency’s blocking of a major Alaska gold mine left the U.S. after congressional investigators found out he flouted federal records law.
British scientists found that Antarctica’s western ice sheet has seen record levels of snowfall in the last 30 years. These findings come just days after U.S. scientists published findings that Antarctica’s ice was growing, not shrinking.
Alabama Republican Rep. Gary Palmer wants to reassert Congress's’ authority over the Environmental Protection Agency by putting the brakes on the agency’s global warming regulations.
Britain’s grid is in shambles and the government is subsidizing diesel generators to get enough backup power online to support the country’s growing reliance on highly variable wind and solar energy.
China has a secret it doesn’t want President Barack Obama or the United Nations to know: It burns way more coal for electricity than older official data suggests.
President Barack Obama will decide the fate of the Keystone XL oil pipeline before he leaves office, The White House told reporters Tuesday.
The United Nations' top climate bureaucrat is “delighted” that Volkswagen was caught cheating on emissions tests, because she believes it will accelerate the world’s shift to electric vehicles.
Environmental economist Richard Tol wants the world to deal with global warming, but his data shows the past 25 years of climate policies in rich countries have done nothing to fundamentally tackle the issue.
TransCanada, the company trying to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline, asked the Obama administration to suspend the project’s application after seven years of waiting for the president’s approval.
EPA Chief Gina McCarthy wants the world to stop using hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) in air conditioners and other consumers products as part of President Barack Obama’s plan to fight global warming.