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Fracked Oil, Gas Well Defects Leading to Methane Leaks

A Cornell University study says shale gas well defects lead to methane leaks in Pennsylvania.

Launch Nears for NASA’s New CO2-Measuring Satellite

The Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 will measure CO2 in Earth's atmosphere and help find sources and sinks.

First Tropical Storm Looms, As Does a Wet July 4th

A storm sitting off Florida's coast is likely to become the first tropical storm of Atlantic hurricane season.

Basis for EPA Clean Power Plan Cuts a ‘Mystery’

The biggest CO2 emitter won’t need to make the biggest emissions cuts under the EPA's Clean Power Plan.

New CO2 Milestone: 3 Months Above 400 PPM

CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere have been above 400 ppm for three months in a row for the first time.

Map Shows When Summer Heat Peaks in Your Town

A new analysis shows when summer reaches peak heat across the U.S.

Downpour Floods City Ahead of U.S. World Cup Match

A sudden, heavy downpour in Recife, site of today's crucial U.S. soccer match, has left the city flooded.

5 Graphics That Show U.S. Climate Change Costs

Graphics from a new report show just how much climate change will cost U.S. and what regions will lose the most.

Texas Breaks Wind Power Production Record

Texas' wind farms set a record in March for the most wind power the state has ever produced.

Taking a Bite Out of Climate: 4 World Cup Snacks

A report chronicles how eating insects could cut greenhouse gas emissions. Here are 4 quick recipes.

Could 2014 Become the Warmest Year on Record?

May 2014 was the warmest May on record. With a developing El Niño, 2014 could be the warmest year.

Waves in the Atmosphere Fueling Extreme Weather

A new study looks at how waves in the atmosphere affect extreme weather around the northern hemisphere.

One Great View of Earth for the Summer Solstice

A satellite orbiting nearly 36,000 miles above the Earth's surface captured a great solstice preview.

EPA Starts Taking Comments on Clean Power Plan

The EPA is kicking off a four-month public comment period on the Clean Power Plan.

Summertime Blues? U.S. Seeing Red as Temps Rise

A regional look at how summer temperatures have been steadily rising across the U.S. since 1970.

Derelict Oil Wells May Be Major Methane Emitters

A Princeton University study finds that abandoned oil and gas wells could be a major source of methane emissions.

New Energy Maps Show 4 Cool Things About Renewables

The new U.S. Energy Mapping System shows four really cool things about renewables in the U.S.

Clean Power Plan Exempts Major CO2 Emitters

The Clean Power Plan may allow some coal-fired power plants to operate without having to slash CO2.

Climate Impact on Vermont May Have Benefits

Vermont is getting warmer and wetter, according to the first state-level climate assessment in the nation.

Map Shows Energy Installations In Extreme Weather’s Path

Energy Information Administration's online energy map shows infrastructure in path of extreme weather.

Gallery

Hurricane Round-up 2010 November 30th marked the official end of the 2010 hurricane season, here are some pictures from this year's storms.