It's another way the Obama administration is pushing ahead on climate initiatives without the cooperation of Congress.
It's bad enough that the U.S. leases out so many coal tracts. Even worse is that it does so at way-below-market prices, as a new report confirms.
In California, air pollution from wildfires is expected to soar over the coming decades, according to new research.
The country that kicked off the Arab Spring has now committed to fighting global warming.
Just last month, Duke Energy insisted there was no reason to clean up its coal-ash piles. Oops.
Climate change and fiscal prudence be damned.
In some areas of Pakistan, it's the heat waves, though they get less attention from the media and international aid organizations.
January's rains and floods were the worst on record -- which is just the sort of thing climate-change models have been forecasting.
The next time somebody bends your ear about a supposed "global warming pause," just show them these two graphs.