The gas is almost greener

Here’s a new way to keep cattle burps from toasting the planet

Scientists have developed a powder that can be added to cattle feed to reduce their methane emissions by more than half.

Climate & Energy

The five ways to stop climate change. Oh, wait, make that one way

A new study ranks the actions we could take against climate change.

Climate & Energy

Tom Steyer’s latest project will help climate change’s victims

The billionaire climate activist is pledging some of his money to help people hurt by wildfires, droughts, and other climate-linked disasters.

How do you like your state cooked?

American Southwest heating faster than rest of nation

The Northeast is getting pretty toasty too.

Climate & Energy

This is how little it costs for states to go renewable

Renewable electricity standards are not expensive to implement, a new study finds.

Climate & Energy

Chicago area off the hook from climate lawsuits

An insurance company had sued Chicago-area municipalities for failing to prepare for climate change and flooding, but those suits have now been dropped.

D'oh, Canada

Canadian meteorologists barred from talking about climate change

But maybe that shouldn't be a surprise in a country that's become a rogue petrostate.

Climate & Energy

Even Republican voters support Obama’s new climate rule

A new poll finds that 63 percent of Republicans think the federal government should limit CO2 emissions from existing power plants.

Climate & Energy

Did China just outdo Obama on climate action?

China might be moving toward a cap on carbon emissions -- "potentially the most important turning point in the global scene on climate change for a decade," one expert says.