Two nuclear power plants are in the path of the Missouri River floods, but DON'T WORRY EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE, according to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

A new study verifies that the sea has risen more quickly during the past 100 years than at any other time in the last millennium, and that climate change is definitely, absolutely, positively, no question to blame for that.

Because the Obama administration likes tourist attractions that bring in gazillions of dollars to Arizona's economy, it's not going to let anyone mine for uranium on the 1 million acres of land surrounding the Grand Canyon for the next 20 years. After 20 years … well, hell, it’s only a big hole in the ground.

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The Supreme Court has ruled that it’s not the Supreme Court’s job to deal with carbon emissions.

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Jon Huntsman, while less eager to disown his past climate policies than Tim Pawlenty, is no longer interested in pursuing cap-and-trade.

For the first time ever, Texas is closing a coal-fired power plant. This one has been in operation since the 1970s. What with this and Texas' new disclosure requirements for hydrofracking, we're going to have to take back everything snarky we've ever said about the Lone Star state.