New EPA data show fracking methane emissions fell in 2013, but coal pollution is on the rise again.
Global warming efforts should focus on CO2, not soot particles known as black carbon, says a Norwegian team.
How you heat your home depends a lot on where you live, and it has implications on your carbon footprint.
A new study suggests that U.S. reliance on natural gas is an impediment to developing wind and solar power.
The U.N. Climate Summit revealed that China and the U.S. are striving to strike an international climate deal.
Morgan Stanley analysts upbeat about prospects of success of CO2 reduction goals.
World leaders gathered on Tuesday to talk climate change at the United Nations Headquarters.
If current trends continue, we'll blow past the world's 3.7°F warming goal in 28 years.
Reducing emissions can generate better growth than old high-carbon model, says co-author of report, Lord Stern.
A new report shows how the world could become wealthier by spending more on clean energy infrastructure.
As electric power generating capacity continues to grow, the growth is fueled mostly by natural gas and solar power.
New data supports the idea that methane emissions from hydroelectric dams outweigh the benefits.
States are suing to stop the Clean Power Plan even as they're preparing for the plan to take effect.
The world's biggest greenhouse gas emitter might be getting serious about kicking its coal habit.
Roads can disrupt the natural world, but new research lays out how to help the two coexist.
Wind and solar power are helping to drive major new investment in electric power transmission lines in the U.S.
A new study says a federal cap-and-trade policy could pay for itself 10 times over with health benefits.
Coal plants are committing the Earth to billions of tons of CO2 emissions in the coming decades.
Bird deaths have stoked legal action that could challenge half a dozen solar plants planned in Calif. and Ariz.
Oregon coal terminal permit denial points to uncertainty about how coal exports greenhouse gas emissions.