Suzanne Goldenberg

Suzanne Goldenberg is the U.S. environment correspondent of the Guardian.

Business & Technology

Anti-fracking activist barred from 312.5 square miles of Pennsylvania

The court injunction brought in by an oil and gas company makes even supermarkets off-limits for Vera Scroggins

Climate & Energy

ALEC calls for penalties on “free rider” solar-panel owners

The conservative group's anti-green agenda includes efforts to penalize people who install their own solar panels.

Climate & Energy

Scaring polar bears in order to save them

A small town in Canada gets a lot of traffic from hungry polar bears -- which is bad news for humans and bears alike. To keep them away, bears need to learn to fear humans.

Climate & Energy

Just 90 companies are responsible for two-thirds of greenhouse gas emissions

Chevron, Exxon, and BP are among companies most responsible for climate change since dawn of industrial age.

Climate & Energy

Canada bans researchers from discussing snowflakes, findings. Scientists protest

Rules bar government scientists from talking about their own work with journalists and even fellow researchers.

Climate & Energy

Climate change exacerbated half of recent extreme weather events, study says

A new study links 2012's extreme heatwaves, Hurricane Sandy, and ice melt to climate change.

Climate & Energy

Climate change likely to steer away Sandy-like superstorms, study says

Scientists predict stronger storms but say changing air patterns will prevent them from hitting U.S. East Coast.

Climate & Energy

A Texan tragedy: Ample oil, no water

The fracking boom in Texas sucks away precious water from beneath the ground, leaving cattle dead, farms bone-dry, and people thirsty.

Business & Technology

Google hosts fundraiser for climate-denying Sen. Jim Inhofe

The lunch, priced at $250 to $2,500, is the second show of support from Google for the anti-climate cause in recent weeks.