Climate & Energy

The unlikely champions of a carbon-tax plan: Republicans

Not all conservatives are ignoring climate change.

Protests erupted across the nation in an 11th-hour effort to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Emergency rallies were held Wednesday in at least 53 cities. Check out photos and video.

Nothing to see here

Trump says he didn’t get a single phone call opposing his pipeline approvals.

"I don't even think it was controversial," he said of his recent moves to fast-track the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines.

TV teaches kids about science — with one glaring exception

Kids might not learn about melting ice caps, but at least they'll know about colossal squid!

Just the tax, ma'am

Big-name Republicans are taking a carbon-tax plan to the White House.

And they want to tear down Obama's climate plan in the process.

It’s official: The city of Seattle is divesting from Wells Fargo.

The city council voted unanimously to remove $3 billion from the bank in part because it is funding the Dakota Access Pipeline.

oh crop

Trump’s USDA could be a disaster for farms and forests

Sonny Perdue, nominee for agriculture secretary, believes climate change is a "running joke." It's not.

The Dakota Access Pipeline just got its final green light.

The grim announcement effectively squashes the pipeline's last two major obstacles.

Empire of the sun

Solar jobs are booming.

It takes a LOT of workers to install all those solar panels.