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Supreme Court Strikes Down First Phase Of EPA’s Global Warming Agenda

Michael Bastasch
People line up in the rain outside of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington April 29, 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

The Supreme Court struck down the Environmental Protection Agency’s carbon dioxide permitting scheme for power plants and other large facilities, saying the agency exceeded its authority under the Clean Air Act.

Obama’s Keystone XL Delays Are Damaging U.S.-Canadian Relations

11:31 AM 06/23/2014

The Obama administration’s foot-dragging on the Keystone XL pipeline may be pleasing environmentalists but it’s damaging economic and political ties between the U.S. and its biggest trading partner: Canada.

NATO: Russian Agents Support UK Anti-fracking Groups

12:00 PM 06/20/2014

Russian agents are supporting the anti-hydraulic fracturing movement in the United Kingdom, according to NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

Former White House Climate Czar Hired By Natural Gas Export Company

4:50 PM 06/19/2014

Former White House energy and climate czar Heather Zichal has been added to the board of directors of Cheniere Energy, a major Houston-based liquefied natural gas (LNG) export company.

Former EPA Chiefs Skeptical Of White House Climate Agenda

4:51 PM 06/18/2014

Three former Environmental Protection Agency heads were brought to Capitol Hill Wednesday to convince senators to act quickly on global warming, but were skeptical of the impact the Obama administration’s new power plant regulations will have on the climate.

Obama Could Use Iraq Crisis To Ease Oil Sanctions On Iran, Warns Security Expert

12:13 PM 06/18/2014

The Obama administration should not be tempted to use the Iraq crisis to ease economic sanctions on Iran, warns a former national security adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney.

Obama Unilaterally Puts Huge Swaths Of Pacific Ocean Off-Limits To Development

3:18 PM 06/17/2014

President Barack Obama announced new executive orders Tuesday to make huge swaths of the Pacific Ocean off limits to fishing, energy exploration and other economic activities.

Electricity Rationing, Blackouts A Reality For Millions Watching World Cup

12:18 PM 06/17/2014

For millions of soccer fans around the world, being able to watch their country play in the World Cup is a luxury: People in poor countries have to suffer through rolling blackouts and electricity rationing as massive amounts of power is diverted to meet surging electricity demands of the World Cup.

‘Greenest’ World Cup In History To Emit 2.7 Million Tons Of CO2

12:04 PM 06/17/2014

Brazil and FIFA have promised that this year’s World Cup tournament will be the “greenest” ever. But is that true?

Calif. To Use Cap And Trade To Pay For High-Speed Rail

5:11 PM 06/16/2014

California has passed a massive $156.4 billion state budget that will take revenues from the state's cap-and-trade program to help pay for the troubled high-speed rail project that has been in the works for decades.

Russia Cuts Off Gas To Ukraine While The World Watches Iraq

3:14 PM 06/16/2014

While world leaders were busy fretting over Iraq, Russia has moved to cut off natural gas supplies to Ukraine -- a move Western leaders were dreading just months ago.

Greenpeace Gambles Away $5 Million In Donations… On Currency Speculation?

1:30 PM 06/16/2014

Greenpeace has lost more than $5 million in charitable donations, but not in the course of promoting environmental activism. The green group gambled away millions betting on currency markets.

Dem. Senator: EPA Will Come For Natural Gas Next

2:50 PM 06/13/2014

North Dakota Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp has a dire warning for the natural gas industry: you're next on the Environmental Protection Agency's hit list.

White House Downplays Australian Prime Minister’s Climate Opposition

1:13 PM 06/13/2014

President Obama met with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott Thursday and talked about a wide range of topics, but the White House has played down one major disagreement between the two leaders: global warming policies.

India Labels Greenpeace A ‘Threat To National Economic Security’

5:16 PM 06/12/2014

India’s Intelligence Bureau has come out with a report labeling the environmental group Greenpeace as “a threat to national economic security” because of its political activism and opposition to nuclear and coal power plants.

Britain Braces For World War II-style Energy Rationing

4:42 PM 06/11/2014

Great Britain is in the midst of an energy crisis. The country’s climate agenda has curtailed electricity production and now there may not be enough power to continually keep the lights on in the UK.

Study: West Antarctic Glacier Melt Due To Volcanoes, Not Global Warming

11:46 AM 06/11/2014

A new study by researchers at the University of Texas, Austin found that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is collapsing due to geothermal heat, not man-made global warming.

Green Journos Seeing Red Over EPA’s Climate Rule Roll-Out

12:55 PM 06/10/2014

Environmental journalists are angry with the Environmental Protection Agency over its roll-out of major regulations on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.

Australia, Canada Unite To Thwart Obama’s Climate Agenda

12:16 PM 06/10/2014

The conservative prime ministers of Australia and Canada have agreed to form an alliance to push back on the climate policies championed by President Obama.

Aussies To Form Alliance to Thwart Obama’s Climate Goals

5:46 PM 06/09/2014

Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott is seeking out “like-minded” countries to form an alliance to thwart climate policies being pushed by President Obama and other world leaders.