A slew of documents filed on Wednesday pushed the new UN climate treaty closer to taking effect.
Increasing heavy downpours, fueled by climate change, cause millions of gallons of sewage overflows nationwide.
If elected president, this is how Donald Trump could withdraw the U.S. from the U.N.'s new climate agreement.
Some scientists are increasingly looking at global warming as a waste disposal problem.
The federal government on Friday unveiled its vision for wind farms off of nearly every U.S. coastline.
The Obama administration is expected to finalize a rule this fall aiming to fast-track renewables on federal land.
Carbon dioxide emissions from burning natural gas for electricity in the U.S. are set to surpass those from burning coal.
A progressive culture and Silicon Valley-style innovation turned California into a climate leader.
New research suggests American biofuels are doing more harm to the climate than good.
Climate Central's groundbreaking series, Pulp Fiction, was named as a finalist for two national awards.
California inches closer to new climate rules, but doubts grow over its cap-and-trade program.
California's cap-and-trade program is in legal doubt, but state officials are publicly ignoring the problem.
Europeans are working to close a loophole in their climate rules that promotes harmful wood energy.
Scientists say it is increasingly urgent to develop negative emissions technology to meet climate goals.
Scientists are developing an artificial leaf that can turn carbon dioxide emissions into fuel.
The Philippines calls on 47 companies to respond to allegations of human rights violations resulting from climate change.
This year's wildfire season in California shows signs of influence from climate change.
Scientists are calling for the Obama administration to ban coal development on federal public lands.
The EPA has declared jet engine exhaust a contributor to climate change that endangers public health.
It takes less energy to keep the world’s businesses and industry humming today than in the past.