World Resources Institute identified 1,200 coal plants in planning across 59 countries, roughly three-quarters in China and India.
Brazil's Figueiredo says a Kyoto protocol extension must take priority at the Doha climate negotiations.
Report reveals European steel & cement giants buy cheap carbon credits abroad to avoid cutting their own emissions.
New NAACP analysis pinpoints the disproportionate impact from coal-fired power plants on minorities and the poor.
American energy independence looks likely to trigger the next great geopolitical shift in the modern world.
An Israeli company claims its gene-altering technique is integral to the UN's 'global green economy' vision.
At a press conference on Wednesday, President Obama reaffirmed his commitment to addressing climate change.
Report shows impacts of U.S. oil & gas boom and cautions countries are running out of time to limit global warming gases.
Australia's commitment to binding emission reductions up to 2020 gives fresh hopes for progress at climate talks.
Activist Bill McKibben launches a climate road show, drumming up a little rage for an audience in search of a little leadership.
Figures show gas flaring among major oil countries contributes as much to climate change as a major economy like Italy.
Global warming almost certainly made Hurricane Sandy worse than it would otherwise have been.
A rogue individual conducting his or her own geoengineering experiment was thought unlikely. Until it happened recently.
A Princeton University research team has found a side benefit that may partially offset the emissions impact of world trade.
Faith communities see moral obligation to support an amendment requiring utilities to buy more renewable energy.
Extra funding for climate change mitigation and forestry programs also part of oil-rich nation's radical program.
A new study finds that using a temp threshold as a building block of a global climate treaty may guarantee failure.
A Climate Central analysis illustrates how the current downward trend in U.S. carbon emissions is unlikely to continue.
By decreasing river levels & raising water temps, climate change is putting electrical utilities under greater water stress.
The U.S. could meet its electricity needs by harnessing wind from offshore & at higher altitudes, according to new research.