President Obama announced that he will be rejecting TransCanada's application to build the Keystone XL pipeline.
The fight shows that activists can take on the fossil fuel economy and win.
Is Keystone permanently dead? Will this decision affect the climate? These answers, and more.
Grist staff writer Ben Adler, Amanda Little, and Saqib Rahim share their thoughts on MSNBC’s Greenhouse.
No trade pact is going to solve the world's environmental problems. But we can ask that they don't make things worse.
A small factory town on the edge of downtown Los Angeles is inventing a new way for overpolluted communities to clean themselves up.
Lawsuits from industry and Republicans are pouring forth like soot from a smokestack, aiming to undermine landmark rules for power plants.
The company asked for a delay in review of the pipeline proposal, hoping to push the decision off to the next president. Obama denied the request.
Justin Trudeau and Malcolm Turnbull are expected to be more cooperative on climate action than their obstructionist predecessors.