You might have read that global warming could mean the end of red hair. We’re pleased to report that’s absolutely not the case.
The WTO has started talks on a new deal that would facilitate trade in “environmental goods,” but its definition of “environmental” is not so good.
Big Oil has convinced some lawmakers to try to delay the inclusion of motor fuels in the state’s carbon-trading system. Because it cares about struggling families.
President Obama ordered the U.S. Export-Import Bank to stop funding coal plants, but some members are Congress are trying to undermine that ban.
New research paints an alarming picture of wildlife being contaminated by tar-sands extraction — wildlife that First Nations have long hunted for food.
The state will spend more than $800 million over the coming year on environmental programs funded by cap-and-trade, and at least a quarter of that will help disadvantaged communities.
A new study tells you how much your diet is warming the planet.
“Bee-deadly” might be more accurate thanks to widespread use of neonicotinoid pesticides. But now retailers like Home Depot are trying to fix the problem.
The Democrats are increasingly using climate change as a wedge, marginalizing Republicans as elections approach.