A New Zealand court turns away a resident of low-lying Kiribati, saying environmental woes aren't sufficient for him to qualify as a refugee.
Deniers working to slow progress at U.N. talks in Warsaw compared climate action with the Holocaust, as part of an effort to raise money.
In the first criminal conviction of its kind, Duke Energy will pay big for killing golden eagles and other birds, and be forced to improve its practices.
A sheriff in Colorado has decided that covertly filming workers abusing farm animals constitutes cruelty to animals.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel outlined the Pentagon's eight-point strategy for policing the Arctic as drilling and shipping bloom. Hint: Guns, ammo, and friends.
Nearly a year after the Times dismantled its environmental reporting desk, a review by the paper's public editor reveals that climate coverage is suffering.
The U.N.'s process grinds forward, and delegates agree on some important steps to halt deforestation, but remain allergic to bigger commitments.
The fracking industry would like you to believe that each of its wells directly employs 31 workers. A new report says the number is closer to four.
A state senator is pushing a bill to water down Ohio's renewable electricity rules. Don't like it? Then he has some choice words for you.