This year breaks heat records, the drought hangs on, goats get smaller and more in this week’s climate news.
Low oil prices along with changing global oil markets could affect GHG emissions and climate change.
The European Union plans to reduce its greenhouse gas pollution to 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030.
Massachusetts and California lead the U.S. in energy efficiency, according to annual ranking.
The polar vortex spurred a spike in CO2 emissions in 2013 as people cranked up their heat last winter.
Discovery of a semi-lifeless glacier in southeastern Iceland creates a new zombie class of frozen rivers of water.
New regulations in North Dakota aim to reduce CO2 emissions from flaring natural gas wells.
LEDs could help slow global warming and illuminate the developing world. Now that's worth a Nobel Prize.
A new climate report from the Pentagon, tornado trends, earthquakes and more in this week's top climate news.
Flurry of recent studies show that earthquakes are a side effect of the U.S. oil and gas boom.
Electricity in the U.S. can be a lot more climate-friendly than the Obama administration expects it to be, a new report says.
Expansion of Antarctic sea ice heralds ocean changes that could trap heat and accelerate ice sheet melting.
Rising CO2 levels could spell disaster for certain fish species according to recent research.
A special “slurry” could make carbon capture and storage more efficient and cost-effective.
Cyclones have been quietly costing the world for decades, costs that could grow due to climate change.
A satellite has detected a huge methane emissions hot spot over a Southwest U.S. natural gas field.
Floods during high tide have become common in many coastal cities, and they're about to become downright routine.
Future wind and solar projects and metals used to build them will have a low environmental impact, study says.
Normally, 20 percent of California’s power comes from hydroelectric sources. But not anymore.
Canada's commercial CCS plant held up and proved that coal-burning is compatible with cutting emissions.