The National Mining Association is playing inaccurate radio ads, so a coalition of green group is asking the FCC to investigate.
By improving irrigation, efficiency, recycling, and stormwater-capture practices, California could free up enough extra water to meet all of its cities' needs.
The plastic microbeads will be barred from personal-care products starting in 2017. Other states might soon follow Illinois' lead.
Scientists have developed a powder that can be added to cattle feed to reduce their methane emissions by more than half.
The billionaire climate activist is pledging some of his money to help people hurt by wildfires, droughts, and other climate-linked disasters.
The Northeast is getting pretty toasty too.
Renewable electricity standards are not expensive to implement, a new study finds.
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.