An insurance company had sued Chicago-area municipalities for failing to prepare for climate change and flooding, but those suits have now been dropped.
But maybe that shouldn't be a surprise in a country that's become a rogue petrostate.
A new poll finds that 63 percent of Republicans think the federal government should limit CO2 emissions from existing power plants.
China might be moving toward a cap on carbon emissions -- "potentially the most important turning point in the global scene on climate change for a decade," one expert says.
A cow in North Dakota rubbed up against a tank valve, probably while scratching an itch, and triggered a spill of natural gas condensate.
Leaders around the globe are glad to see the U.S. finally taking global warming seriously. This could lay the groundwork for a new international climate deal next year.
GOP politicians are using a new tactic as they fight climate action: playing dumb.
Beyond Petroleum? Not anymore. These two oil giants plan to stay oil giants, with emphasis on the oil.
Three proposed fossil fuel projects aim to boost coal and oil exports out of the Pacific Northwest, which would raise the risk of oil spills.
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