The National Climate Assessment has a wealth of visuals that show how climate change impacts the U.S.
The third National Climate Assessments makes it clear climate change is happening now in the U.S.
Climate Central will be at the White House for the launch of the latest National Climate Assessment.
With a new design, the power of the Sun can now keep electricity turbines running both night and day.
Bicycle commuting can improve health and mitigate climate change, but states are in neutral.
Study suggests U.S. rivers are troves of untapped hydropower potential that could combat climate change.
Tech giant Apple claims that 94 percent of its corporate facilities are now powered by renewable energy.
Oil and gas services company Baker Hughes says it will disclose 100 percent of its fracking fluid chemicals.
Development of carbon dioxide storage projects faces roadblocks of political will, not technology, scientists say.
A new law in Oklahoma will require utilities to charge a fee to anyone using rooftop solar panels.
Smart choices by cities like Miami in planning & investment could hold key to cutting emissions.
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The U.S. State Department delayed its decision on the approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
U.S. greenhouse gas emissions dropped 3.4 percent in 2012 from 2011 and 10 percent compared to 2005.
Natural gas drilling could significantly increase the greenhouse gas footprint of natural gas, study shows.
Producers hope emotions of celebrities like Harrison Ford will connect with ordinary Americans.
IPCC report's last installment says major shift to renewable energy needed to limit CO2 emissions.
Despite the appeal of removing trash, leaders are weighing out sparse evidence against public outrage.
IPCC warns about climate change, weather-related power outages, drought, Cyclone Ita and more.
Severe weather is the leading cause of power outages is the U.S. and climate change will up that risk.