Over Trump's first 100 days, we're going to show what science tells us about our warming world.
Greenhouse gas emissions fell in 2015, reducing America’s overall climate pollution to below 1994 levels.
The Army Corps of Engineers has approved an easement that allows the final link in the Dakota Access Pipeline.
U.S. forest health and the ability of farmers to respond to climate change are at risk under Trump's USDA.
More frequent heat waves will drive up electricity demand, potentially costing billions in infrastructure upgrades.
Some of the EPA's climate pages have been relabeled and language has been changed.
On the day of Trump's inauguration, scientists are tweeting why science matters more than ever.
Trump’s “America First Energy Plan” is replete with specious claims about climate and energy policy.
Energy secretary nominee Rick Perry fiercely defended the mission of the U.S. Department of Energy on Thursday.
Senators grilled EPA administrator nominee Scott Pruitt on climate change during his confirmation hearing.
Storms have wiped out part of California's drought. Global warming could bring climate swings in the future.
Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) refused to say if he accepts the overwhelming evidence of climate change.
Low oil prices threaten oil sands mines in Canada — a major source of carbon pollution.
The U.S. will become a net energy exporter by 2026, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
A key Atlantic Ocean current could be more likely to collapse because of global warming than previously thought.
2017 likely won't extend the recent streak of record-hot years, but it will still be among the warmest on record.
As Donald Trump takes office, here are four energy issues to watch in 2017.
From dead coral to hopeful deals, these are the stories that mattered most about climate change.
2016 has been a milestone year for energy, and one of the biggest winners is likely to be solar power.
Climate change is cranking up the heat at the North Pole and made the current heat wave *much more* likely.