Miami heat

We finally heard what Clinton sounds like when she digs in on climate.

Al Gore and Hillary Clinton appeared side-by-side in a Miami campaign stop that framed the climate-change challenge in an unusually optimistic light.

You call this justice?

This coal baron is running for governor of West Virginia — and he owes millions in mine safety penalties.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jim Justice also isn't convinced that climate change is happening.

Hit me baby, one Gore time

Al Gore wants to convince millennials to vote for Hillary Clinton.

The former veep and long-time climate activist will campaign with Clinton in Florida on Tuesday.

bone heads

Our newest American hero is the only person who’s asked about energy policy in the debates.

We don’t eat the meat, but we sure like the Ken Bone.

Low energy

We fact-checked what Trump and Clinton said about energy at the debate

Donald Trump told a few lies about energy during Sunday's debate, while Hillary Clinton reiterated her warm feelings for natural gas.

Election 2016

Trump wants to keep burning coal for 1,000 years.

Despite a short exchange on energy, climate change continues to be marginalized on the debate stage.

Hurricane Matthew

Tonight’s debate shouldn’t ignore Hurricane Matthew.

The next president will be tasked with creating plans and protections for the U.S. and coordinating aid for countries like Haiti.

Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew is heading for states where senators don’t accept climate science.

Six of the eight U.S. senators from states in the hurricane's path reject the scientific consensus on climate change.

hurricane matthew

Florida governor won’t extend voter deadline, even in a hurricane

Residents were told to evacuate. Now, they might not be able to register to vote.