The Northeast is getting pretty toasty too.
Renewable electricity standards are not expensive to implement, a new study finds.
An insurance company had sued Chicago-area municipalities for failing to prepare for climate change and flooding, but those suits have now been dropped.
But maybe that shouldn't be a surprise in a country that's become a rogue petrostate.
A new poll finds that 63 percent of Republicans think the federal government should limit CO2 emissions from existing power plants.
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.
A cow in North Dakota rubbed up against a tank valve, probably while scratching an itch, and triggered a spill of natural gas condensate.
Leaders around the globe are glad to see the U.S. finally taking global warming seriously. This could lay the groundwork for a new international climate deal next year.
The president is about to launch the largest climate change initiative in U.S. history, and it's not because he's a tree-hugging hippie.