The latest five-year climate forecast from the U.K. Met Office expects global temperatures to continue to rise.
A blizzard, aptly dubbed #blizzard2016, sure took the East Coast by storm last week.
American manufacturers complained that U.K. subsidies for wood pellets are pushing up their costs.
The amount of electricity generated from coal in the U.S. slid to its lowest level since the 1970s in November.
Winters are warming across the country overall, most rapidly in the Upper Midwest.
The U.S. just passed the midpoint of meteorological winter.
A federal coal leasing review has brought new attention to oil and gas leasing on public lands.
Carbon emissions could be dramatically cut with a new power grid based on renewables, a new study says.
The federal government is proposing new rules for cutting methane emissions on public and tribal lands.
Sure there's going to be a lot of snow, but coastal flooding is also a major concern with this weekend's storm.
The decline may help the country’s greenhouse gas emissions peak a decade earlier than expected.
The Obama administration has temporarily halted coal leasing on federal lands to address climate change.
Global warming could cause major thawing of permafrost in the North Slope of Alaska, which could release methane.
A Berkeley National Laboratory report shows state electricity goals making a small dent in U.S. carbon emissions.
The Gulf of Maine could warm three times faster than other parts of the ocean, harming cod populations.
Scientists have published their latest tornado season forecast and El Niño could have a big impact.
The solar power industry continued its hiring spree in 2015, growing 12 times faster than overall U.S. employment.
Computer models that help oceanside cities plan for their future also hold hope for a threatened coastal ecosystem.
A new study provides one of the strongest cases yet that the planet has entered a new geological epoch.
U.S. coal production in 2015 dropped to its lowest level in 30 years thanks in part to falling natural gas prices.