Tar-sands pipeline construction in Canada was halted over concerns about the habitat of endangered beluga whales.
A quarter of Americans don't believe in climate change. The White House wants to change that.
As Super Typhoon Hagupit bears down on the Philippines, the country's climate commissioner is pleading for action -- and making a few jokes.
Japan spent $1 billion building coal plants in Indonesia and claimed it was "climate financing." Green groups are calling bullsh*t and demanding reform.
One could say, if one were particularly forward-thinking in the most pessimistic way, that we might be in the market for another planet.
A quarter of the fish we eat rely on healthy coral reefs -- so it's bad news for us when reefs the world over start to go quiet.
The EPA's proposed power plant regulations will help the American economy, not cripple it, say companies like Ikea, Kellogg’s, and Nestle.
It’s OK to discriminate on orientation when it comes to solar panels. West is best.
India is the third-largest greenhouse gas emitter after China and the U.S., and now it's cooking up a new climate action strategy.
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