The president set a goal of 40 gigawatts of combined heat and power (which we explain) in industrial facilities by 2020.
Mr. Gristmill scoffs, kicks sand in his face.
And waiting in the wings -- Leslie, the second-earliest "L" storm in history.
The country's massive and growing demand for coal means enormous pressure to produce.
It's actually not as big a deal as it sounds. But that won't stop us from going a little Hollywood.
Republican support for climate action has gone up and down over the years, as have contributions from oil and gas companies.
In happier news, a cute kitty somewhere drank some milk. You can probably find video of it on YouTube.
Melting of Antarctic ice could release massive amounts of methane, according to a new study. That would be very bad for the climate.
Many of the people of Brooklyn aren't super-excited about it.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.