Rep. Lamar Smith, tapped to chair the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, is a climate skeptic who likes to make climate jokes.
A judge has ordered tobacco companies to run ads admitting they lied about the health effects of cigarettes. Can you think of any other lying industries?
Incidentally, I'm selling lovely beachfront property in West Virginia.
It's another punishment for the 2010 oil spill -- and another punishment that doesn't seem that harsh.
The real Pineapple Express is an "atmospheric river" capable of turning the state's Central Valley into a lake -- and it's rolling through this week.
Reuters has an extensive look at why the New York area ran out of fuel after Sandy.
In his first post-election test on the climate, President Obama gets an F-minus.
Rep. Heath Shuler (D-N.C.) will soon be working on "federal affairs" for Duke. But don't worry. It's all copacetic and a good sign for the environment, according to a former Shuler employee.
The U.K. has gotten drenched over the last few days. Thanks to climate change, it will be experiencing -- and paying for -- a lot more floods in the future.
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