Even with the fracking boom, the U.S. is still tied to global oil markets.
The EPA is rolling out an ambitious plan to slash greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.
Never fight a land war in Asia -- unless the climate is on your side.
We don't need no stinking pipeline to spill oil everywhere -- we have trains for that!
In the midst of cold weather extremes across most of the U.S., spare a thought for bone-dry California.
Purchasing "Beyoncé" online instead of on CD could cut greenhouse gas emissions by up to 80 percent.
Bodies are piling up and relief camps are in chaos as aid workers struggle to get help where its needed.
An afternoon searching recent U.S. patents pulls up some curious climate solutions.
With a quarter of global carbon dioxide emissions now coming from China, the world's most populous country will have an outsized influence on the future of climate change.
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