A growing number of initiatives are giving corporations the resources to help achieve global climate goals.
A federal court has scuttled a plan to cut one of the most powerful climate pollutants on earth.
Massachusetts is considering classifying wood pellets and other tree products as renewable energy.
Economic, emissions and population trends point to a very small chance Earth will avoid warming more than 2°C.
Alphabet has joined a growing list of technology companies developing energy storage for renewables.
Two companies are planning to build the world's largest project combining offshore wind with electricity storage.
Volkswagen will build electric vehicle charging stations across California as part of an emissions settlement.
A new wind farm could become the largest in the U.S. and wean states off coal-fired power plants.
New Jersey aims to shrink its climate footprint by reducing wasted food that ends up in landfills.
Nearly 50 million acres of forest disappeared worldwide in 2015, mainly in North America and the tropics.
Flight delays and restrictions could become more common as temperatures rise due to climate change.
Weather-related disruptions at so-called "chokepoints" could limit global food supplies and push up prices.
Some states and power companies are rolling out a new weapon against fossil fuels — giant batteries.
Climate change may be altering the characteristics and impacts of drought across the U.S.
Ten percent of all electricity generated in the U.S. in March came from wind and solar power — a first.
America's Pledge is part of a growing effort by local governments to meet the U.S. Paris Agreement goals.
Protecting open ocean from industrial uses is key to addressing climate change, a new study says.
More than 1,200 businesses and states have reaffirmed their commitment to the Paris climate agreement.
The coal industry faces a bleak future despite small coal mine openings touted by President Trump on Thursday.
Trump’s decision to quit the Paris agreement handed a symbolic victory to his nationalist supporters.