Japan, Poland, Australia, and Canada are disgracing themselves at climate negotiations underway in Warsaw.
A Chevron pipeline exploded on Thursday, sending up huge flames and plumes of smoke and forcing some 700 people out of their homes.
The legislation would allow neighbors to sue wind farm owners for health problems and falling property values. Never mind that researchers have found neither of those things to be a problem.
Two conservative groups sued to stop the state's year-old carbon-trading system. A judge told them tough luck.
The utility wanted to reduce payments to solar-panel owners by $50 to $100 a month. Instead it will be allowed to charge a $5 monthly fee.
Deforestation is slowing in Brazil but picking up elsewhere. Meanwhile, climate change is ravaging forests around the Arctic and in the mountains of the American West.
A recount has revealed that a fracking moratorium narrowly succeeded in Broomfield, Colo., giving fracking foes a clean sweep of recent ballot measures in the state.
It's not easy to measure Arctic temperatures, and new research suggests that recent efforts have been underestimating the rate at which the region is warming.
In red states as well as blue, a majority of Americans believe climate change is happening and the government should do something about it, according to a decade's worth of polling results.