The two countries will work together to expand nuclear and solar power, but they aren’t saying anything about curbing coal or CO2.
What if you showed up late to a dinner party, missed the food, and then got stuck doing the dishes?
The president is picking a big fight with oil-lovin' Republicans, and the green community is delighted.
No, this isn't about blaming people with large families in developing countries -- or blaming anyone at all.
Now the billionaire climate activist can focus on electing other climate hawks and fighting fossil-fueled disinformation campaigns.
Giant utility company Exelon has a failing business model and a plan to prop it up. Both ratepayers and clean energy will get screwed in the process.
Mitt Romney is back to acknowledging that climate change is real. And Lindsey Graham, a climate realist by Republican standards, might run for president too.
The president wants to fast-track the Trans-Pacific Partnership and other trade deals. Republicans are down with that. Democrats and enviros are not.
The Indian government is cracking down on climate groups that oppose coal projects, just ahead of Obama's planned state visit.